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Quilty always plans his next escape, with or without his feline friends in a shelter in Houston

Shelter is forced to lock up Quilty the cat in & # 39; solitary confinement & # 39; because he continues to free his fellow cats

  • Quilty, 6, a domestic cat with short hair, known in his animal shelter because he constantly opened doors that other cats let out, was regulated to & # 39; solitary confinement & # 39;
  • The Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston created a cat-proof in the lobby
  • Shelter has embraced the naughty behavior of Quilty with a # FreeQuilty hashtag and his own Instagram account
  • The shelter has placed on his Facebook page on Wednesday that he may soon have a family to adopt him
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He is a productive offender and master escape artist who wants nothing more than to free his fellow prisoners from riotous nocturnal adventures.

So his managers had little choice when he escaped again, despite adding extra security measures to his room.

Quilty, the cat, is now in & # 39; solitary confinement & # 39; posted – and a video posted by the Friends for Life Animal shelter in Houston shows that he is not satisfied.

& # 39; The assessment of Quilty on conditional management was denied, so he released himself from his own recognition & # 39 ;, placed the shelter on his Facebook page.

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& # 39; He felt that the detention had nothing to offer him. He has returned to lonely.

& # 39; Quilty will not be restricted. And he is not ashamed.

& # 39; His roommates missed him while being banished to the lobby. They enjoyed their nocturnal escapades around the shelter. & # 39;

Quilty always plans his next escape, with or without his feline friends in a shelter in Houston

Quilty always plans his next escape, with or without his feline friends in a shelter in Houston

Quilty (right) has a talent for open doors and lets his fellow cats roam the corridors of their hideout

Quilty (right) has a talent for open doors and lets his fellow cats roam the corridors of their hideout

Quilty (right) has a talent for open doors and lets his fellow cats roam the corridors of their hideout

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& # 39; The cat has released itself FROM THE INTEGRATION KICK IN THE ROOM. & # 39;

But the animal shelter played its impetuous behavior on its bio page written as Quilty: & I know that I like to open closed doors. When I see one, it challenges me, and I work hard to get it open and I'm usually successful. & # 39;

The open space in the shelter embraces Quilty's need to open doors, even staring at an Instagram account for six-year-old domestic short hair – @freequilty, which refers to him as an & # 39; door ninja & # 39; , and merchandising of the cat brand.

However, his activity is not new to the fearless feline.

& # 39; He used to leave his dog at home in his old house siblings, & # 39; added the shelter on the Facebook page.

Quilty is known as a handful of employees at the Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston
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Quilty is known as a handful of employees at the Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston

Quilty is known as a handful of employees at the Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston

A rare, quiet moment for Quilty, 6, who posted an & # 39; by Ninja & # 39; on an Instagram page. is mentioned because of its ability to open doors and free cats in their animal shelter

A rare, quiet moment for Quilty, 6, who posted an & # 39; by Ninja & # 39; on an Instagram page. is mentioned because of its ability to open doors and free cats in their animal shelter

A rare, quiet moment for Quilty, 6, who posted an & # 39; by Ninja & # 39; on an Instagram page. is mentioned because of its ability to open doors and free cats in their animal shelter

The Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston said that Quilty (above) is close to an adoption, despite his often boisterous style

The Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston said that Quilty (above) is close to an adoption, despite his often boisterous style

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The Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston said that Quilty (above) is close to an adoption, despite his often boisterous style

They say in his biography for families who want to adopt Quilty that he & # 39; is a smart, energetic, laid-back guy, but I can be a bit shy & # 39 ;.

He has a good relationship with dogs, but they warn: “I'm not sure about young children. I've never played with them before, so I don't know if I like them. & # 39;

But there are many people who love the exploits of the cat, including those comments on the Facebook post of the animal shelter.

& # 39; He actually sounds a bit like my cat! & # 39;

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& # 39; This entire post is great. To be completely dramatic, I would die for Quilty. & # 39;

& # 39; I love him so much. & # 39;

& # 39; Please release that boy, he must be free. & # 39;

In a response to a response Wednesday, the animal shelter said that Qulity is close to the ultimate release.

& # 39; We have a lot of requests with him, but we think we have found his potential at home forever! & # 39;

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