This is the first time anyone has spotted Kermit Marbles on the internet.
But it could be a sign the adorable marsupial is about to make a comeback.
Kermit Jena, the Australian-bred cat that’s been making headlines for years, is in the process of making a comeback in a new book.
The New Zealand-based author says he had a lot of fun writing Kermit’s first book, which was based on the first book Kermit did.
“It was a real pleasure, but it was also quite hard work,” he said.
“Kerms first book was published in the US and I had to spend a lot more time in the UK and Europe writing the second book, so it was a lot harder than I thought.”
The New Yorker’s James Patterson said Kermit was an inspiration for many people, and he was also inspired by Kermit and his Australian cousins, Dolly and Maggie.
Dolly, who was born in South Australia, is the one with the most famous cat.
She’s known as the Duchess of Queensberry, a name which was first coined by the late British actress Dame Helen Mirren.
She is the mother of Australian comedian Davey Richards, who famously joked that he thought he could talk to Kermit.
As for Kermit, the American author said he’d have to wait and see how the cats’ popularity and popularity on Instagram will change once their book comes out in May.
For now, Kermit will be waiting in the wings for his American fans.
This is the second time Kermit has made headlines.
In December, he was the subject of a social media backlash after he posted a photo of himself on a beach with a red balloon.
He was later photographed with an Australian cat, who has become the subject and subject of memes.
In an Instagram post, Kerim shared a photo with a caption that read, “Hang on tight to that red balloon!”
He captioned the photo with the words: “I know you’re gonna love it when it flies off the top of my head!
I mean, look at that balloon!
It’s the best!”
This article originally appeared in The New York Times