Nicole Clark is the owner of Tula, a pretty 11-year-old Siberian cat.
One day, Nicole noticed that Tula was wearing a strange paper collar wrapped around her neck. As Nicole opened the note, she couldn’t believe what it said. “Does this cat have a home?” On the back of the piece of paper, it read, “Always at Toby Carvery”.
Kitty with a double life
As she read the note and realised her cat had been living a double life, Nicole burst out laughing.
She then made her way to the Toby Carvery in Swindon to let them know that Tula had a loving home. She was shocked to discover that her sneaky cat had spent many hours meowing at both staff and customers begging them for food. Someone even took pity on the poor puss and shared some of their roast dinners with her.
Caught red pawed!
Nicole didn’t even need to take the restaurant’s staff word for it. As she came out, there was Tula by the patio tables hoping for some restaurant scraps to come her way!
It isn’t even the first time the cheeky cat has been caught playing away. She was once caught visiting a local retirement home where the residents took pity on her and fed her the meat paste from their sandwiches!
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