‘Copycat’! scans of photocopied feline found at U.S. library
A writer for a U.S. student newspaper and another student found scans of what appears to be a cat sitting on a photocopier
The website of a student-run newspaper for a U.S. college library has issued a call for the person responsible for photocopying a cat to step forward.
Earlier, a writer for the Badger Herald, a student newspaper at the the University of Wisconsin–Madison Herald and another student found scans of what appears to be a cat sitting on a photocopier.
“These photos apparently show up at the library somewhat frequently,” the appeal for information in the Herald said. “If you have any information on who’s doing this, let us know.”
Apparently someone keeps bringing their cat to the library to photocopy it. I'm serious. Here's a copy. pic.twitter.com/8mlYxZhZBx— Amy Sleep (@SleepAmy) March 18, 2015
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