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[Real Life Tom And Jerry] See World’s Most Useless Cat Who Brings Mouse in To Share Food With Her

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The fact that a cat decided to befriend its prey instead of trying to kill it has led one cat’s owner to speculate that her pet may not eat meat or engage in violent behavior.

Misty, the grey cat, is not much of a hunter, as demonstrated by the fact that she was observed in Thornbury, Gloucestershire, sharing her food with a mouse that had found its way into the family home.

 

Her owner snapped this hilarious photo of the two of them and referred to them as “the real-life Tom and Jerry.”

‘I used to leave some food out for her, and now she just now comes in and eats the food and brings her “friends” in,’ said her owner, who lives on a farm with her husband and Misty.

 

‘Maybe she’s a vegan. She wasn’t hungry enough to eat the mouse, so she might have just thought it was a little someone for her to play with.

‘We all had a good laugh about it. It was very much like a Tom and Jerry cartoon brought to life. It amazes me that the mouse wasn’t nearly as scared as I expected it to be. It wasn’t running away from her as she approached.’

After their previous cat, Molly, who they referred to as their “chief mouser” and a “proper farm cat,” passed away, the couple decided to give their home and heart to the stray cat.

 

She explained that Misty had been wandering around a bit before she came across us and adopted us.

 

 

 

(Photo credit: metro.co.uk) This hilarious picture captures the moment when a “pacifist” cat invited a friendly mouse into her home so that they could share a meal from a bowl of food.

 

 

Misty, a grey cat known for her pacifism, was seen enjoying a meal with her furry friend, leading some people to refer to the two as the “real-life Tom and Jerry.” Misty, who had been a stray in the past, was taken in by the family and made to live in the farmhouse to take the place of Molly, who had been their “chief mouser” prior to her untimely death. But instead of honing her natural ability to kill, Misty has befriended the local flora and fauna, and the rodents have taken to treating her bowls of delicious cat food like a kind of restaurant.

 

The cat’s owner, who hails from the town of Thornbury in Gloucestershire, says, “We lost our farm cat, and she suddenly appeared looking a little bit hungry and thin.”  “We lost our farm cat, and she suddenly appeared looking a little bit hungry and thin.”

“Now that she resides here, she is such a pleasant person.”

Misty, on the other hand, considers the house to be a sort of “restaurant” for rodents, and she wants to engage in playful interaction with the rodents rather than fill the vacant role of the family’s mouser.

The cat owner further explained, “She just doesn’t seem hungry, so she doesn’t eat them.”

It’s possible that when we started giving her food, she thought to herself, “Oh, the mouse might be hungry for some food as well because these people are kind.”

I do not believe that she possesses the capacity to take their lives.

Misty’s owners, on the other hand, do not have any intention of getting rid of her, despite the fact that she is not particularly useful in the mouse department.

The owner continued by saying, “Our neighbors think it’s hysterical.” ‘They just think it’s really funny, and they’ve all had a good laugh about it”

“However, I wouldn’t bring in another one,” . Next door, on the farm, we have four cats, and all of them are very capable.

 

Source: metro.co.uk

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