You’d think a cat would easily steal fish at the sight of it, but not this latest social media sensation. Instead of taking away fish, a cat named Cho from Vietnam is actually helping give it away at a local farmer’s market.
Cho was watching over a market stall and people can’t help but notice him — and that’s because he was wearing an emperor costume while doing his job. What’s more interesting is that he has a funny name for a cat — Cho in Vietnamese is “dog.” That’s because according to Cho’s owner, he has a personality of a dog.
Meet the adorable Cho!
Cho is happily minding the seafood stall in the local farmer's market.
Cho and his cuteness help boost sales at the market.
And he's definitely a head-turner because of his imperial costume.
The spoiled cat and his owner, Mr. Lê, were invited at the seafood stall since the saleswoman is fond of the cat. She also likes to take pictures of Cho. These photos were uploaded by Mr. Lê on social media and they quickly went viral.
His 25-year-old owner says Cho loves to pose for pictures.
Cho lives with his owner in Hai Phong, a city in northern Vietnam. The fashionable feline, who is over three years old, enjoys being around people and he also loves the camera since he was a little kitten.
Mr. Lê, whose line of work is in the pet service, also revealed Cho likes cheese and ice cream.
Cho and his human like to travel a lot.
Apparently, the cat also loves dressing up.
He has over 30 costumes, including his Chinese emperor getup.
He also has trendy hoodies and stylish cat glasses.
Cho is not only popular among people but also among cats in the neighborhood. His proud owner says Cho already fathered 200 kittens.
When Lê was asked why he likes dressing up his pet, he said he is into photography and taking funny pictures of his cat is what he loves to do. Besides, Cho and his cuteness should show some people who dislike cats that felines can be cute as well.
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