Just when you think you've seen everything, a cat in Bootle, England has been captured on camera using a door knocker to be let inside. The 26-year-old man who got the footage, Daniel Richardson, had pulled over to the side of the road when he saw the cat.
He told the Liverpool Echo Saturday:
I was in my car and I caught a glimpse of it happening.
Then I watched and the cat started to climb up the door again so I whipped out my phone to record it.
I looked and wondered if that had just really happened - I was baffled.
It is not something you see everyday.
He added, "It would have only made it better if someone came out to let it in."
We're no strangers to the delights of the rude drawings that monks doodled in the margins of medieval manuscripts around here (1, 2, 3), but University of Bonn medievialist Erik Wade's epic Twitter thread on the astonishing variety of snail-doodles is genuinely next-level.
Title sequence for “Hopper, P.I.” by Eddie Spuhghetti.
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