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Badass Cat Proves He’s The True Owner Of This Supermarket In London

Meet a mysterious cat Olly Oliver who became popular on social media in November after he was spotted by customers of Sainsbury’s in Brockley and a Twitter user who uploaded an image of the cat to the social network.
A cat was seen in a branch of Sainsbury’s in Brockley. Apparently, staffs and securities tried to remove him, but he just kept sauntering back in and sat on a shelf. Olly lives on the road next to the shop – which is the reason why he keeps going in. The cat is a regular fixture at the Mantle Road supermarket.

Residents of Brockley have been referring to him as the “star of Brockley” and that we should “forget Grumpy Cat, because we have Brockley Cat”. Olly the cat is apparently very friendly. Everyone was stopping to give him a tickle. It appears he has been accepted as a regular customer, or staff member of the shop.

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.

(h/t: metro)

“The cat has come back to Brockley Sainsbury’s” – tweeted one of the shoppers

Image credits: Nigel Thornberry

And he’s judging your shopping!

Image credits: Nigel Thornberry

“Security tried to remove him. He sauntered straight back in”

Image credits: Jenny Stevens

Sir, what are you buying? Calories?

Image credits: tom

Just browsing..

“He’s in here every day, all the time,” – said the store spokesman

Image credits: Nathan Roberts

“He’s not allowed to be here, the staff like him, but he is a health and safety risk”

Image credits: The Cat Reviewer

“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

Image credits: Adam Oliver

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