- A video has emerged on social media in which a poor cat could be seen being denied a train ride
- Social media users have reacted to the way the cat was treated by the officer who escorted it out of the train
- Some people believed that the officer did not make provision for the cat to be taken into shelter after giving it the boots
Members of the social media community have reacted to a video of a cat that was sent out of a train for not having a ticket.
In a video that was shared on Facebook by Daily Mail, a train officer could be seen escorting the cat of the train.
The cat, which must have missed its way, walked out of the train with its hind legs with the help of the officer.
Facebook users took to the comment section to react to the video as some condemned the way the officer handle the cat.
Jill Bangay wrote:
"What a ridiculous way to handle the poor cat!! Suppose he just dumped it outside the station!! Abominable Behaviour!!!!"
Nes Barls commented:
"Poor kitty, I bet it was just let off the street and not handed over to a shelter."
Muhammad Mraane commented:
"I'd be more surprised if the cat has a ticket."
Celena Jurasek Higgins wrote:
"Why was he walking it like that. Why not just pick it up?"
In other news, a video has emerged on social media in which a toddler could be seen kissing a lion through a glass partition at a zoo in Australia.
In the video that was shared on Twitter by The Sun, the lion could be seen watching curiously as the young child gave it a kiss through the glass partition at Perth Zoo.
The person behind the camera could be heard telling the child to tell the lion goodbye, which the toddler obliged to.
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