Homeless cat steals the spotlight at international fashion show

During the Esmod International Fashion Show held last week in Istanbul, Turkey, a white-and-black cat sauntered onto the catwalk and stole the show.

The cat first sat down, lifted its hind leg and proceeded to lick his butt.

Then, as a zombie-like model in a shapeless outfit walked too close past him (I thought the model was going to walk right into the cat), the cat gave her ankles a swipe. LOL

Finally, the cat got up and casually sauntered down the cat walk.

“Everybody was in shock,” fashion designer Göksen Hakkı Ali told The Dodo.

No one seems to know where the cat came from, but Sputnik News calls the cat “homeless”.

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Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

Truly, the cat was the highlight of that fashion show–it certainly was not those horrible shrouds the models were wearing. Kitty saved the day . . .otherwise it would have been a horribly dreary affair.

Maryaha
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Maryaha

Man, those are some UGLY clothes!

Cute kitty though.😇

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Alma
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Alma

You can call that a real “cat walk”!

DCG
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“Every one was in shock.”

Why? Just a kitty being a kitty!

Watertender
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Watertender

The models remind me of the old Wendy’s Soviet Fashion Show commercial…. Day-Vare…. Evening-Vare… Swim-Vare…. The outfits were about as stunning…

John Molloy
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John Molloy

The cat also had the best outfit

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Wow, Turkish surgical scrubs. The cat definitely had the best outfit.

Calgirl
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Calgirl

HA HA….had to laugh about the cat “swatting” the zombie fashion model as she passed by. This cat KNEW it was IN CHARGE ….homeless or NOT!!! These models must not give off any human “vibes” at all. Cats, for sure, “read” humans” and other beings to a fault. Our first family cat, a beautifully marked calico of mostly white and black, “Panda” was the matriarch of our household for 18 -1/2 years. She lived with us in 4 different houses, 3 states…and each time, within hours of moving into a new home, she found the “grand central station” crossroads of… Read more »

Glenn47
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If it weren’t for the cat, there would have been no show.