If you were to ask the Robinson family if a cat has nine lives they would probably answer, "yes" after their car returned home two days after they buried the cat's remains.
Jonny and Caterina Robinson watched as their sons buried their 18 month old cat, Willow, that they thought disappeared during Storm Emma, a winter storm in the U.K. that brought rain and snow at the end of February.
As they looked for their cat, Jonny discovered a grey lump in the road and at that moment he believed his fear had come true and Willow was dead. A ceremony was held for Willow to give their sons closure, but they continued to hope that Willow wasn't dead so they left food out just in case.
"One day, we noticed it had been eaten," Caterina said. Two days after the memorial their son Jonny came running into the house holding their cat Willow!
He had found the family's feline outside the family coal shed. "It's amazing but we obviously have someone else's cat buried in your garden," Caterina said.