If you’re feeling blue this Monday, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Apparently, it’s the most depressing day of the year. But to help bring a smile to your face we’d like to tell you about one of the RSPCA’s funniest calls received last year.
It involves a cat and a cavity wall, but all wasn’t as it seemed when the animal inspector turned up to help the feline in distress.
Here’s the story in the animal charity’s own words:
A worried caller alerted the RSPCA about a cat stuck in the cavity wall of a home in Norwich in December and animal collection officer (ACO) Antoinette Marie Shearsby was straight onto the case.
With no hole in the wall, ACO Shearsby was confused as to how the cat would have become stuck. That is until it soon became clear the suspicious noise was coming from a computer game in a nearby bedroom…
Oops! Still, at least the caller was conscientious enough to want to help the animal they thought was in need. Next time though we bet they’ll check the computers first.