As countries begin vaccination campaigns and citizens line up to get shots, a cat in Singapore’s curiosity got the best of it and decided to join in for “fun.”
According to Mothership, a social media user was at the Hougang Community Club where vaccine shots were being administered to residents of the area, when a stray cat waltzed in and took its seat.
In the photos shared by the Instagram user, the cat could be seen laying lazily on a “Number 16 vaccination booking queue” seat.
Mothership reported that the social media user revealed that the cat is actually a “local” and had been living in Hougang for years and is estimated to be between 8-10 years old.
In the end, though the cute feline was not administered a vaccine shot, it could argue that it got an even better deal as the cat received pats instead.
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