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Guy discovers his cat befriending the mouse he was supposed to catch

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Several generations have been entertained by Tom and Jerry’s love-hate relationship and Tom’s efforts to catch the annoying mouse.

Indoor cats do not need to hunt because they are cared for by humans, yet the drive to hunt persists, as evidenced by cats playing with their prey.

Simon is a lovely cat that has discovered an odd approach to get rid of “pests” in his home. He transforms them into guests.

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Benjamn Sagredo, the cat’s owner, had been hearing strange noises coming from the kitchen. Because they weren’t frequent or loud, the man didn’t pay attention. But he ultimately figured out what was going on.

He had a mouse in the kitchen, it turned out. This surprised him because he owns a cat, and cats are supposed to chase mice.

Simon, on the other hand, is not like that. “I decided to record it,” the black cat’s owner told The Dodo. “I thought no one would believe me.”

“We didn’t know what it was,” Sagredo explained to The Dodo. “We had seen Simon playing with something under an armchair once, but we didn’t give it much thought.”

Simon had become aware of an intruder who was producing these noises, and he determined to make him feel at ease.

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Sagredo came into an unexpected scene one morning as he was preparing to enter the kitchen. Simon was there, drinking from his water bowl. He was accompanied by a mouse.

The bighearted feline had allegedly made friends with the prey he was bred to pursue.

Here’s a lovely video that shows Simon and the mouse interacting:

Simon grew up with two border collies, Benjamin stated in an interview with T13, thus when characterizing his nature, the owner says Simon is almost like a third dog.

Sagredo was taken aback. When Sagredo saw Simon’s friendly attitude toward the mouse, he couldn’t help but agree.

“I felt for the little mouse. I couldn’t dream of hurting him,” Sagredo added. “I named him Chefcito.”

Simon’s kindness was infectious.

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Chefcito was initially gathered and taken outside by Sagredo, just in case he wanted to flee. Chefcito, on the other hand, seemed to enjoy himself. And he should.

“He’s been back several times,” Sagredo added. “We love that Simon accepts him. He’s a very affectionate and sociable cat. If Chefcito keeps coming, we’re going to have to adopt him.”

After the video went popular, Benjamin developed an Instagram page for Simon, where you can follow the gorgeous black cat’s adventures.

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