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Cat Eats Seafood Worth Over $1000 at Vladivostok Airport
15.12.2014 16:34
Cat Eats Seafood Worth Over $1000 at Vladivostok Airport

A stray cay sneaked into a shop of fish delicacies and seafood at Vladivostok international airport during the night and made himself a dinner worth around $1,000. A shop keeper also made him a Youtube star.

      According to the shop worker the ginger cat crept through a window during the night, ate squid and dried fish. The cat also scratched and opened many packages of seafood leaving some of the items half-eaten. The products with ragged and wrinkled packages were also considered as spoiled. The shop sellers valued total damage at 63 thousand rubles ($1,000). They caught the cat red-handed in the morning and even had time to make a video with him.

      According to the Vladivostok airport workers, the stray ginger cat lived near the airport for a long time and sometimes came into the terminal building. After the accident he escaped the fish shop without any punishment. Later he was found and sent to a hockey club "Admiral" to work there as the team's new mascot. The club's president have already promised to pay damages to the shop.


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Vladivostok cat odd news   

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