A cat in an animal rescue facility in Texas threatens to purr after being sent to solitary confinement to rescue all other cats at the shelter.
Quilty, 6, "likes to let cats out of the senior room" several times a day, according to Friends for Life, a Houston-based animal rescue and adoption organization.
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The group wrote in a Facebook post late last month in which Quilty repeatedly opened the door of the Senior Room. Described as a "smart, energetic, laid-back guy" who may be shy, the cat's online biography says, "I know I like to open locked doors, and when I see one, it challenges me and I work hard open to them and I'm usually successful. "
The Domestic Cat's actions resulted in his being banished from the Cat Room to the lobby, where he took a "short break". SOCIAL MEDIA: I WANTED TO HUG HIM & # 39;
"His roommates missed him when he was banished to the lobby, enjoying their nightly antics at the shelter," the group wrote online. "However, the staff did not miss the morning catwalk, so we just have to agree that we disagree."
Before being allowed back into the room, Quilty had to enter the "integration kennel" to get it Newly listed. "He is now a sharp hole, because he is restrained again," wrote the shelter.
Soon after Quilty apparently also dismissed from the integration kennel in the room, the rescue as a cat joked "free from his own recognition."
Rescuers said this was not the first time Quilty had come to the door when he had "put his dog in the house of his old home" Friends for Life.
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Because of his bizarre, witty antics, Quilty has put together a large fan base of more than 30,000 fans on his personal Instagram titled "Free" Quilty. "His profile describes him as a" Door Ninja "with an" advanced degree in Catculus. "
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Quilty was on a" sleepover "or one-on-one as of Tuesday. Over at a prospective adoptive home where two dogs live, Quilty's potential cat parent said the 6-year-old is doing "really good" and "is the loveliest and most loving cat I've ever met!"
It looks like Quilty has a new home – where he once has it – can open doors again to free his animal siblings.