By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — Hennessy, the black cat who took a five-story leap of faith from a burning building in Englewood on Thursday, has yet to return home, and neighbors are hoping to track him down.

The cat jumped from the fifth floor of a six-story apartment building at 65th Street and Lowe Avenue as a fire was burning there Thursday afternoon.

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Video provided by the Fire Department showed smoke billowing from busted-out windows in the building. A black cat then is seen jumping out of an open window as a crowd yells, “Look at the cat!”

Hennessy landed on his feet, bounced on the grass, and ran off.

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Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford said the cat’s owner told firefighters Hennessy is a house cat who didn’t go outside.

Neighbors were out looking for him on Friday, after he had yet to return home.

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No injuries were reported in the fire.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff