Spotted! London’s Badass Brockley Cat Having A Purr-use Around Sainsbury’s


This cat was clearly feline like a snack when he popped into his local Sainsbury’s this weekend. According to his owner, Adam Oliver, Olly (the cat) is a frequenter of Sainsbury’s – so much so that he can’t seem to “fit any other shops into his schedule”. Adam claims that he has told staff to throw Olly out if he gets too pesky but all attempts of purr-suasion to remove the cheeky mog have so far been futile – he just saunters straight back in with even more cat-itude.

It has been a week of odd animal outings in London: the six-foot boa constrictor slithering around Danson Park; the micro pig scuttling around Hammersmith; and the albino squirrel chilling out in Grangewood Park. But Olly-the-cat-that-refuses-to-leave-Sainsbury’s is our favourite. Not just because he shares our passion for snacking, but because his sass is pure purr-fection.


A cat that refuses to leave Sainsbury’s? Yep, it’s a first for us too.


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