In the age of email and text messages, the occasions of us receiving letters are far and few in between. Nevertheless, the excitement of getting a letter in the postbox is immeasurable even though it’s probably TNB reminding you to pay your bills.
Imagine this guy’s surprise when he got a letter from his postmen saying that “Because there are cats, I can’t post!”
The notes were from the postman explaining that he was unable to deliver the letters as there’s a cat stuck inside
Kosei Yutaka was confused so he decided to “test” his mailbox by putting a fake letter into it. Turns out, all this while, his letters were being intercepted by a creepy paw-tergeist!
This naughty catto had been guarding the mailbox and the moment it saw a letter, the catto immediately swiped it paws to block the letter. Well, apparently, the catto has been using the mailbox as a place to play for quite some time. When the postman came to deliver his letters, it made the cat even more playful, thinking that the postman was playing with him as well thus resulting in Kosei not receiving his letters.
— Kosei Yutaka (@kosei_yutaka) September 18, 2020
We believe that this paw-tergeist should head major security organisations owing to the fact that he’s an expert detector of dangerous letters. 10/10 would hire!
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