Defiant badger took the cat’s place in the Scottish house
In the Scottish town of Linlithgow wild badger broke in and took the place of the cats who lived there. This publication reports the Huffington Post.
The animal entered the house through the cat-flap. He ate all the cat food, he managed to find, and then settled on the cat litter and fell asleep.
The owners of the house had to go to the Service for the prevention of cruelty to animals. “Badger was not particularly pleased to see that I’m trying to move, but I managed to wrap him up in a cat mattress, says the officer arrived on the call. — Then he noticed the back door ajar and ran away.”
We were alerted yesterday to a badger who was spotted in a house in Linlithgow!
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— SCOTTISH SPCA (@ScottishSPCA) October 19, 2017
Officers note that this is extremely unusual behavior for these animals.
In 2016, it was reported that a squirrel got into the nursing home in Deltona (Florida, USA) and bitten several people.