Cat Named Tiger Interrupts Priest During Morning Prayer And Steals His Milk
CAT INTERRUPTS PRIEST – During the morning prayer livestream of the Canterbury Cathedral, a cat named Tiger came for a visit.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, most governments have temporarily suspended events that get large gatherings of people together. This also happened with the churches.
As such, most parishes have opted to have their masses and morning prayers online. With this, not only would people be in the comfort of their home, the online livestream could potentially reach more people.
However, during the Canterbury Cathedral’s morning prayer livestream, Tiger the cat casually strolled by. The cat first made a stop by the priest, gave him a little sniff, and continued on his way.
Next, he chilled for a bit on the chair wanting to relax. But, Tiger had noticed a smell he was very familiar with – Milk. When the scent of the dairy delight reached his senses, he couldn’t help but get up the table next to the priest to take a sip.
While the priest continued with his prayer, Tiger began drinking his milk. Luckily, the priest was very kind to the cat and even pet him after his prayers.
Here is the full video posted by Reuters:
Netizens went crazy for the cute cat and was impressed at how he maneuvered himself on the table. Here are some of the comments:
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