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Cat chews up uni scroll

Written by: CT | 23 Dec 2020 12:07
Mika and the torn scroll. - Photo from @mamblonumber5 Twitter
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23 Dec 2020 12:07
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A testament of knowledge in finance and accounting is nothing more than cat food, as a graduate from the Nottingham University in Selangor discovered recently.

Afif Adlan Mohd Hanafiah's university Bachelor's Degree scroll in finance, accounting, and management degree was chewed by his pet cat, Mika.

He posted a photo of the “crime scene” on his Twitter that went viral with over 53,700 retweets and 254,600 likes.

“My cat f*****g ate my degree. Of all the useless papers in my room, he ate my f*****g degree.
“It’s like he f*****g knew,” Afif wrote.

He also shared a photo of the feline.

His post triggered other Twitter users to share their own stories of pets destroying important documents.

Twitter user @VicsLit from California said his dog chowed down on his degree certificate at a time when he needed it the most.

“My dog ate (my certificate) the week before I had to leave to go to another country and submit it as proof to complete my registration for a graduate programme,” he wrote.

Another user talked about how cats have a seemingly uncanny ability to target the most precious objects in their naughty antics.

“Yesterday, my cat threw up all over the Christmas presents I had just wrapped for my daughter. Only hers. Like, the ones with the fanciest paper, ribbon, and handcrafted labels.

“She watched me wrap. She watched me place them under the tree. Then she moved. Cats are utter bellends,” said @CJResearch2018.

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