Dr. McAnulty recalled the amusing and mysterious interaction she witnessed. We support the request to have a camera crew follow the cat's every move!
The tweet blew up and everyone who has visited the Longwood Gardens chimed in with their own guesses of which cat was the subject of the story
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One clear and very famous contender was winning the competition of the sassiest garden cat
It seems Dr. McAnulty wasn't the only person who became a fan upon first meeting this specific feline patrol
Being escorted out of places she wasn't supposed to be in is starting to seem like a hobby for this superstar!
Can you imagine being the center of attention in a sea of beautiful flowers, plants, and trees? This kitty cat certainly knows!
The mystery of why the cat was escorted out of the premises was solved — she is apparently not that concerned about elderly safety
She most likely strayed from her zone of responsibility
Hmm... I wonder if this cat "accidentally" wanders a lot to get attention
It takes a lot to maintain that celebrity glow!
Maybe all of the cats in Longwood need a workplace-type sitcom to chronicle their daily shenanigans
It sounds like a billion-dollar franchise! The merch would be a great hit as well!
Not long after, other scene-stealing orange cats from all over the world flooded Dr. McAnulty's replies
Persimmon is not the only diva in the cat world
It looks like most of the orange cats that people encountered delight in being everyone's favorite
They all act adorable to show dominance
Does Persimmon remind you of another A-list orange cat?
Well, once again it is proven that cats are awesome. They make us laugh, and they make us happy, even when they are not trying. So many great cats out there.
Once again, this viral tweet about Persimmon the cat proves that cats have the internet at a chokehold. With a personality like Persimmon, that's not really surprising, is it?