橘貓帶「身份證與電話末3碼」領包裹 店員核對後已淪陷

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<p>Ga Mei took his first trip to the local convenience store to pick up his own food. (Photo courtesy of陳欣伶)</p>

Ga Mei took his first trip to the local convenience store to pick up his own food. (Photo courtesy of陳欣伶)

【看CP學英文】網友陳欣伶養了一隻可愛公橘貓「嘎妹(客家話發音 『橘子』)」,日前她帶著愛貓到超商領包裹,由於是嘎妹的「初體驗」,牠身上掛著吊牌並自備「身分證」,讓櫃台人員「核對資料無誤」後,最後順利領了整箱罐罐回家。

A social media user, Chen Hsin-ling, recently accompanied her cute orange tabby cat, named Ga Mei (which means ‘tangerine’ in Hakka), to a local convenience store to pick up a parcel of cans.

Since it was Ga Mei’s first time at the convenience store, Chen, who hung a sign around its neck, brought the cat’s ID card, allowing the clerk to ensure that the information was correct, before finally handing the whole box of cans to the cute feline.

Ga Mei at the convenience store. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)
Ga Mei at the convenience store. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)

陳小姐表示原本家裡已養了一隻三花虎斑貓「布朗尼」,幾年前想再養一隻貓咪陪牠,剛好得知樹林有5隻被母貓遺棄的小奶貓,特地坐火車帶其中的嘎妹回家。

Chen, who has another tabby called Brownie, explained that she wanted a second cat to keep her company a few years ago, so she asked around and found 5 abandoned kittens at Shulin District in New Taipei City, and took one home by train.

當時牠只有300公克被陳小姐一手養大,加上從小就常常帶出門散步,因此很習慣跟馬麻一起出門。

At that time, Ga Mei only weighed 300 grams and after careful nurturing and training, Chen later began taking him out for walks, associating him with others.

日前陳小姐買了一整箱罐罐與飲水器濾心,都是愛貓要用的,加上牠們有「貓咪身份證」,才突發奇想抱著嘎妹去「領包裹」。

Recently, Chen was informed that her order of cat food and water filters had arrived.

As it was all for her pets, and they had their own “cat ID cards”, Chen decided to have Ga Mei get the package himself.

Ga Mei’s ID card and package slip. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)
Ga Mei’s ID card and package slip. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)

樓下超商店員一看到嘎妹自備「身份證與電話末三碼吊牌」時先是愣了一下,隨後馬上「核對身份」後就拿出嘎妹的包裹,還害羞地與要求與嘎妹合照!

When the convenience store clerk saw Ga Mei with his own ID card and the “last three digits of his cellphone number” written on the sign, he quickly composed himself to “double check” Ga Mei’s identity, and retrieve the package for the cat.

“He even asked for a picture with Ga Mei afterwards,” Chen added.

The store clerk was also very enamoured by Ga Mei. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)
The store clerk was also very enamoured by Ga Mei. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)

陳小姐還說嘎妹雖然是「弟弟」,但由於非常愛吃,常常聽見陳小姐教鋼琴時就待在腳邊討零食,即使等到「度咕」也不放棄,因此現在已是8公斤的「壯漢」,足足比布朗尼多了一倍的體重。

Although Ga Mei is the younger of two cats, his love of food often finds him sitting beside Chen’s piano bench waiting for snacks while she teaches her students.

Even if the wait leads to Ga Mei falling asleep, he never gives up.

Therefore, Ga Mei is now a big tomcat of 8 kilograms, and is twice the weight of his older brother, Brownie.

Ga Mei has grown significantly bigger than his “older brother”. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)
Ga Mei has grown significantly bigger than his “older brother”. (Photo courtesy of 陳欣伶)

嘎妹到超商領包裹的照片被分享到愛貓聯盟社團後,許多網友笑說:「以後不在家,知道要派誰領貨了」、「領完要獎賞罐罐」、「簽收是蓋掌印嗎?」、「真的是本貓領取欸,請攜帶身分證」、「自己的罐罐自己領」、「可愛到爆」、「看來是該幫貓咪做身份證,以後讓牠們自己領罐罐了」。

Pictures of Ga Mei began circulating on Facebook soon after and many took to commenting below praising the clever cat and asking if he needs to confirm receiving the package by inking his paw print in place of a signature.