This is a kinkajou, or "honey bear," a mammal who usually calls the Central and South American rainforests its home. That's far from Miami, Florida, where one scared the hell out of a 99-year-old woman who woke up to find it sleeping on her chest. The animal ran off into the attic where her son-in-law was able to lure it into a cage. He brought it to the South Dade Avian & Exotic Animal Medical Center where veterinarian Don J. Harris identified it.
"I don't know, I guess her first impression was it might be a cat, but when they both got a look at each other, they both freaked out," Harris said.
According to the Miami Herald, the kinkajou's owner has been found.