Random Cat Continues to Enter Police Station and Hang Out With Officers

This cunning cat has a very simple method for getting precisely what he wants, much like some furry, bewhiskered magician.

His use of charms is magical.

Officers from South Carolina’s Columbia Police Department discovered the cat after he showed up outside their station one weekend last month. Rather than let his presence be known in a coy sort of manner, as is often the approach among felines, this random kitty went ahead and made himself the undeniable center of attention — by sneaking inside to demand affection.

And who could say no to that?

Despite him being an uninvited visitor, cops at the station quickly fell under the cat’s spell.

Before long, he’d even commandeered a lap.

One of the policemen requested a selfie with him since he was obviously in love with the cat.

Meanwhile, yet another cop took a photo of that.

The cat’s plan was obviously working.

The cops soon remembered that they had a family of their own nearby, and they thought it would be better to let the cat go back on his own. He, however, would have none of it. The cat returned the following day, eager to once more use his charms. Officer Brandon Montgomery met him for the first time when he arrived to the station after a weekend off.

Montgomery told The Dodo, “Whenever an officer would walk in or leave, he would go back inside very quickly.” “He desired to be hugged and petted. He like riding on people’s shoulders. He’ll immediately

In hopes of tracking down the cat’s owner, if he had one, the officers posted pictures of him online, but no one came forward to claim him. So, instead of sending the cat to an animal shelter to try his luck at being adopted, Montgomery stepped in to offer him a place in his own home.

Since then, the cat, now named Kingsley, has settled in nicely with the Montgomery family and their other rescued animals.

“I’m a pet lover,” Montgomery said. “I consider my pets parts of the family. He’s doing very well.”

Montgomery is the first to concede that, had it been Kingsley’s big plan all along, he pulled it off brilliantly. However, we will never know for sure if that was the case when he initially showed up outside the police station.

He responded, “It worked out for him. It certainly turned out well.

Credits: tiplolo.com

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