In case you missed the news, there's a lynx on the loose in Devon after the animal chewed through a board in the wall at its enclosure at Dartmoor Zoological Park.
Flaviu made his escape on Thursday morning, triggering a search operation involving a police helicopter and a drone. Despite the huge search effort he's managed to evade capture, and some locals seem to be handling the situation better than others.
Flaviu may have done a runner, but residents have retained a firm grasp on their sense of humour. Many have claimed to have located the lynx, sharing photos of their find nestling in the grass - though the last time we checked, wildcat's didn't look like cans of men's antiperspirant.
Experts hunting for an escaped wildcat say they are confident the animal will be returned "soon".
Updating followers on Twitter, a zoo spokesman said: "Hoping Flaviu will enter one of our humane traps soon, tempted by the tasty meat & be home soon.
"Our staff are working very hard around the clock to get Flaviu home so we have decided not to open today. Apologies for any inconvenience."