A cat got stuck in a locked Boeing cockpit for two weeks after the plane took off from Israel to Dubai on January 24.
And incredibly, the cat survived its 14-day cockpit quarantine with no food and water. Well, unless it tucked into some of the in-flight nibbles and Duty-Free?
Incredibly from the photos shared on Instagram, the cat seems pretty unbothered by its quarantine situation. And, like all good cats, it had found itself a sunny warm spot in the window of the cockpit.
There are a number of questions we have to ask.
How does a cat get into a plane at an airport?
And how does the cat then get locked into the plane for 14 days?
And lastly – just how much tuna is the cat going to eat now its found its freedom!
At least it’s reassuring to know that it’s not just humans that have missed flying in the past year thanks to the pandemic. Although quite where the cat was hoping to fly to is a mystery. Maybe Katmandhu? Or Saint Kitts & Nevis?
OK, we’re clearly not feline these puns, we’ll stop until we get the purrfect one.
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