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Photo: REX.  The sight of this bright green cat had caused a certain amount of uproar.  It’s hard to miss a bright green cat sauntering down the street and this feline is certainly no exception. The unusually coloured moggy has been spotted on the streets of the Black Sea resort of Varna, Bulgaria, in recent weeks.

Photo: REX.
The sight of this bright green cat had caused a certain amount of uproar. It’s hard to miss a bright green cat sauntering down the street and this feline is certainly no exception. The unusually coloured moggy has been spotted on the streets of the Black Sea resort of Varna, Bulgaria, in recent weeks.

Mystery of Bulgaria’s Green Cat Solved!

Stalking along the backstreets and failing miserably to blend into the background, the sight of this emerald-coloured stray has caused uproar in a Black Sea resort town.

Locals in Varna, Bulgaria, assumed the cat was the victim of a cruel prank by vandals and set up a Facebook group called ‘Punishment to the perpetrator of this criminal act’.

But it has now been revealed that the cat has developed a green hue because it usually sleeps on an abandoned heap of synthetic green paint in a garage.

This has been backed up by reports which say the stray cat becomes greener each day.

A video has appeared on YouTube which shows the feline playing with a ginger cat, whose marmalade-coloured coat stands in stark contrast to the bright-green fur.

Varna is a popular tourist destination as it is the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. The RSPCA has warned that dyeing or painting animals for cosmetic reasons could have ‘potentially fatal consequences’.

So there we have it.

Link to video:

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/12/05/emerald-green-cat-haunts-bulgarias-black-sea-coast_n_6274016.html?1417770443
 


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  • conwaycaptain

    Send it to Wussel as a pet

    • Nige.

      Who can then of course pass it on to his mate Gareth when he’s finished with it.

      • kayaker

        Settle.

        • Nige.

          Meeeow

          • dgrogan

            Or should that be: Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    • kayaker

      No! Green Hue Cat is way too good for that.

    • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

      That would be absolute cruelty – Wussel would hug it and lick it to death.

  • Cowgirl

    I’m going to assume the paint is not non-toxic :/

  • Jaffa

    I thought it was to make it easy to find!

  • kehua

    I had a green cat onetime, was born white n wild and just could not hunt, a couple of squirts of green sheep raddle solved the problem and annoyed the vermin rabbits bigtime.

    • Another Middleagedwhiteguy

      Yes, white cat –> moving grass thingy.

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