They thought he was a goner, but the cat came back – he just couldn't stay away. This particular "yellow cat" is named Olly, and he's made quite a name for himself by choosing a local grocery store as a base of operations for his nefarious world domination plans. He won't stop coming back until the place is his – or maybe until he gets a treat. No one really knows.
The Brockley, London, branch of Sainsbury's, a popular U.K. grocery chain, has had to deal with the furry intruder for the last few months, according to the Telegraph – and it is amusing a great many people, particularly on social media where the critter has become a bit of a celebrity.
Without much of a care regarding the customers and staff's reactions to his presence, the cat regularly asserts his dominance by perching himself up on top of grocery shelves.
We're not too sure what his goal is: To find his way into people's homes by posing as merchandise or to campaign for more pet food in groceries stores?
Having been nicknamed the "Badass Brockley Cat," Olly has been shooed out of the store a few times, but always seems to come back – and has been growing on the staff, too. "He lives in the house next door and he's in here every day, all the time," a Brockley Sainsbury's spokesperson told the Telegraph.
His owner, Adam Oliver, also owns a darker kitty, who seems a lot less inclined to step outside than his brazen brother. Oliver and and his Twitter followers have taken to nicknaming Olly Oliver the store's deputy manager. Just a rung on the ladder to the position of official ruler of the world.
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