A rather hilarious moment that took place during a livestream session of the Canterbury Cathedral’s morning prayers left netizens laughing too hard recently.
During the live session, a thirteen-year-old cat named Tiger joined the Dean and did something funny. Tiger the cat drank the milk meant for the Dean, and it was all captured on a video.
Yes, you read that right.
Take a look at the clip of the cat stealing the milk:
WATCH: Thirteen-year-old Tiger the cat joins the livestream of Canterbury Cathedral’s morning prayers and drinks milk that was meant for the Dean pic.twitter.com/wZRDO5Uph6
— Reuters India (@ReutersIndia) July 10, 2020
The video shows the Dean reading sermons as Tiger just casually walks into the frame without any care in the world. The cat then surveys the surroundings and perches itself on a chair kept by the priest’s side. Tiger then notices a milk container lying on top of the table and smells it. After that, it jumps on the table and starts drinking the milk. The Dean sees the cat, starts petting it and says, “Sorry, we have acquired a friend this morning.”
The cathedral’s page also shared a picture of the Dean and Tiger.
— Canterbury Cathedral (@No1Cathedral) July 6, 2020
Netizens were amused by the scene and took to Twitter to leave their comments on the whole situation.
See some of the comments:
… and the cute wee cat.
— CHRIS WELCH (@James2_S5L) July 6, 2020
That cute cat is paw-dipping the milk
— Pat Nixon (@nixon_pat) July 6, 2020
The cat who got the cream
— Clive parnell (@Parney) July 6, 2020
I wonder if that cat got its full quota of milk for the day!
— | Anil K (@anilreddy12001) July 8, 2020
This is not the first time that a cat has done something rather rib-tickling during one of the live sessions at the cathedral. A few months ago, another video of a cat named Leo went viral online, and it showed the cat just casually waltzing into the frame and then vanishing into Robert Willis, the Dean of Canterbury’s cassock.