PABLO, the cat who went missing in London only to turn up in a Fife bank a year later, has been reunited with his owners.
Richard Choat was reunited with the silver tabby after the charity Cats Protection arranged for him to be flown the 450 miles back to his home in Brockley, south London.
Staff at the Rosyth branch of TSB called the charity after the cat refused to leave the bank after being put outside.
Pablo was taken to a local vet where he was scanned for a microchip. It was then that it was discovered he was registered to a London address.