A ginger vagabond who won internet points trying to queue at a vaccination site has turned out to be a feline of some repute in its corner of Singapore.
Known around Instagram as the Clementi Community Centre cat or the “main ginger,” the kitty who recently went viral for lounging in a vaccination center waiting area before its removal was no stranger but rather has a dedicated account with more than 1,000 followers.
The account occasionally shares pictures of the orange tabby sprawling on the ground, sleeping in boxes and wearing bunny hats.
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On Sunday, Twitter user Ohohwaihong came across the cat sitting snugly on a chair meant for those waiting to get jabbed before a staffer hauled it off.
“[S]o this ket came to join the line for covid-19 vaccine jab but he got his ass hauled out shortly 🥺🥺🤣🤣😍😍 SO KEWT!!!!!” Ohohwaihong wrote. Ohohwaihong has not responded to messages seeking comment.
so this ket came to join the line for covid-19 vaccine jab but he got his ass hauled out shortly 🥺🥺🤣🤣😍😍 SO KEWT!!!!! pic.twitter.com/lUT53GLMgg
— waihong (@ohohwaihong) July 11, 2021
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