Friendly tabby surprises delivery driver by leaping on his shoulders

Delivery drivers are normally on the lookout for dogs, but one unsuspecting courier was caught on camera being ambushed by a cat.

CCTV footage filmed on February 24 in Warwickshire shows the super-friendly female tabby Buster giving the man a shock when she crept up behind him and then leapt onto his shoulders. 

The stunned delivery driver walked around for a few seconds with the cat on his back before customer Bethan O’Brien came to the rescue and removed her. 

Footage filmed on a doorbell camera on February 24 in Warwickshire shows the cat Buster giving the man a shock after leaping up suddenly

Footage filmed on a doorbell camera on February 24 in Warwickshire shows the cat Buster giving the man a shock after leaping up suddenly

Ms O’Brien can be seen grinning as she gently removed the tabby.The delivery driver also smiled, grateful to be rescued by her.

Afterwards, Ms O’Brien said: ‘It was extremely funny, I laughed about it for days. Buster is a very friendly cat and must have wanted to say “hi”.

‘I did mention that she belonged to our neighbours. The delivery driver said he also had a cat but it never did that.’

The stunned delivery driver walked around for a few seconds with Buster on his back before customer Bethan O'Brien came to the rescue and removed her

The stunned delivery driver walked around for a few seconds with Buster on his back before customer Bethan O’Brien came to the rescue and removed her

<p class="mo

  • Share this article

    And @millybear2020 added: ‘Lovely that he wasn’t mean to the floof, just accepted it.’

    Another person wrote: ‘Fair play to the guy, he didn’t panic and was cool with it.’

    Others remarked on how cats do not choose just anyone when they jump up on them.

    One person, @star_meadow, wrote: ‘This guy is obv good vibes because cats don’t bless just anyone like this.’

    She walks out and smiles at him as she gently takes her neighbour's cat off him

    She walks out and Túi xách nữ tphcm smiles at him as she gently takes her neighbour’s cat off him

    The delivery driver also smiles, grateful to be rescued by her

     The delivery driver also smiles, grateful to be rescued by her 

    Cats tend to pounce on their owners when they are looking for attention or Túi xách nữ tphcm want to play.

    It is less common for them to leap on strangers.  Usually, they hide behind a corner or furniture and then jump out at their owner.  

    Túi Xách Nữ Màu Xanh Cổ Vịt Họa Tiết Khóa Siêu Cá Tính - DEAM

    Claire Haynes, an animal behaviourist at national pet charity Blue Cross said: ‘All cats are different; whilst some might be more cautious or disinterested around unfamiliar people, some cats will be more confident to interact – depending on who they are as a cat, and their previous experiences with strangers. 

    ‘There can be lots of reasons cats might jump up at people; if a cat has been encouraged to do so, and has enjoyed that experience, it may be they seek this out with people visiting their home.

    tommyguerin00

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *