The cat has been adopted by a German couple in the UK.
The couple was in London on a business trip when they realised the cat was missing.
The owner of the cat, who is a veterinarian, decided to adopt him.
They were told they would have to return to the UK to get him back.
But that was the end of the story.
“It’s a miracle.
He’s gone,” said Sophie Schmitt, a veterinarian who runs a rescue and adoption centre in the city of Leipzig.
“The ferret has always had a lot of love from people. “
“When I’m in the country, I’m always with my family and I’m still able to meet new people. “
But for me it’s the biggest miracle that I’ve ever experienced. “
When I’m in the country, I’m always with my family and I’m still able to meet new people.
Ferrets can be quite shy animals but they are quite sociable and they can be very affectionate, and that’s what this was about.”