Cats go where they want and do what they want. In the case of one kitty in London, it means going to a supermarket. This cat was first spotted in November while parading around in Sainsbury’s in Brockley. Later on identified as Olly Oliver, this six-year-old had been removed from the premises by store security. But seeing how cats have no fear of laws of man or God (and they’re highly suspicious of this “physics” thing), he’s at it again.
So Oliver is stalking the shelves again and judging Londoners on their shopping. He’s quite famous among the locals, but Sainsbury’s management isn’t trying to capitalize off this free publicity. A store spokesperson said “He lives in the house next door and he’s in here every day, all the time. He’s not allowed to be here, the staff like him, but he is a health and safety risk.” I, for one, wish that more stores had regular cat visitors.
“The cat has come back to Brockley Sainsbury’s” – tweeted one of the shoppers
And he’s judging your shopping!
“Security tried to remove him. He sauntered straight back in”
Sir, what are you buying? Calories?
“He’s in here every day, all the time,” – said the store spokesman
“He’s not allowed to be here, the staff like him, but he is a health and safety risk”
“The cat lives close to shop, 6 years old, had him since he was 6 weeks old, name is Olly Oliver & he has a blue brother,” explained the owner of the cat