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  • Me and my son took our bikes out on midsummers eve to pick flowers. This cat came up to him for a cuddle. Then it started following us.

    After a while we were worried that we had gone too far, that the cat wouldn't find it's way home.

    Folke thought that it was looking for its mother. We decided to turn back, so it wouldn't get lost. The cat stayed at the point we turned. Folke thought that maybe it wanted to enjoy the nice weather.

    We were quiet for a while. About half way home, he said:
    "The cat is simply gonna have to be lost then".

    We've talked about it a couple of times since then. Folke is afraid they that cat is alone out there. I've told him that cats can find their way home from almost anywhere.
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