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Ticked-off Harvey Feral Cat Goes Viral

Ticked-off Harvey Feral Cat Goes Viral
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By    |   Tuesday, 05 September 2017 01:38 PM

A photo of a "ticked-off" Hurricane Harvey feral cat swimming through Houston flood water has gone viral on social media as the feline eventually made it to a dry space.

The swimming cat was captured by Getty photographer Scott Olsen on Aug. 30 and spread across social media for his frown while swimming and its "side eye" to the photographer, KSAT-TV reported.

Olson took a follow-up picture of the cat on top of a flooded car trying to get dry. The photographer responded to tweets because of the interest in the photo.

"Inside Edition" said the original photo was shared more than 65,000 on one Facebook site.

"All the photos I've seen of dogs and horses escaping the flooding, they look terrified. This cat just looks pissed — like he's going to write a sternly worded letter to his city councilor when he gets home," Laura Mullane posted on Facebook with the picture, according to "Inside Edition.

Others on social media started memes of the fuming feline.

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A photo of a "ticked-off" Hurricane Harvey feral cat swimming through Houston flood water has gone viral on social media as the feline eventually made it to a dry space.
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