Cat who keeps going to Toby Carvery gets busted thanks to a note around her neck

Look, we all have our secret behaviours that we’d rather stay private.

Perhaps it’s the way we order in takeout from a restaurant a two-minute walk away every single week without fail. Maybe it’s our daily browse of the Instagram account of someone we knew from school but haven’t heard from since.

We’re glad these shameful behaviours remain hidden.

But unfortunately, when you’re a cat, people love to stick their noses into your business.

Such is the horror that has befallen Tula, an 11-year-old Siberian cat whose habit of begging for food at the local Toby Carvery has been ruthlessly exposed.

How did the kitty get caught out, you ask? She would have got away with it, if it weren’t for some meddler who stuck a note around her neck.

Tula, who has previously got in trouble for stealing meat paste from the elderly’s sandwiches at a care home, had been regularly heading to the Toby Carvery in Abbey Meads, Swindon, to meow at staff and customers until they handed over some meat for her to snack on.

Her owner, Cole Clark, had no clue until Tula arrived home one day with a paper note, fashioned into a collar around her neck.

Cole pulled open the ‘collar’ and read the message, which entirely wrecked Tula’s scam. It read: ‘Does this cat have a home? Always at Toby Carvery.’

Wow. Rude.

That message obviously blew Tula’s game wide open, and now thanks to someone getting in her business, the cat is no longer allowed to run to Toby Carvery whenever she wants a snack.

Cole shared a photo of the note on Facebook, writing: ‘I can imagine she’s been trying for the sympathy vote in the hope of getting some meat!

‘She has a lovely home and spends every night with us but thank you Toby customers / workers for looking out for her!’

Cole told HuffPost that she had to go down to the restaurant to let them know the truth about Tula, and discovered there that her cat had been making Carvery trips since lockdown lifted.

As she exited the restaurant, Tula was sitting outside by the patio tables. Caught again, and this time as a result of only her own actions. Terrible.

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