Jade Jefferies lives in Wellington, New Zealand. The woman said that returning from work, every evening she found newspapers on the threshold of her house, which she did not subscribe to. Each newspaper had a peculiar mark in the form of small marks from the teeth.
Newspapers appeared on the doorstep every evening, so Jade decided to find out where they come from and installed a camera near her house. In the video, Jade saw that her cat Max was bringing her newspapers. The camera captured the moment when the cat with a newspaper in his mouth climbs over the fence, and then leaves the press on the doorstep of the house.
The hostess was very amused by this behavior of the cat. She did not expect that Max would play the role of a postman.
A woman took Max in a pet store and he lived in her house for 10 years, but his behavior all this time he had the habits of a wild animal. It took Jade a lot of time and care for the cat to get used to her and not try to run away from home, but Max did not become completely domestic over these 10 years. the cat preferred to be on the street all day, returning home only to spend the night, he also did not like to sit in the mistress’s arms and only occasionally allowed himself to be petted. Finding out where Max finds newspapers from his mistress did not work.
Perhaps the cat got them out of the trash, or maybe he stole from the neighbors. It is also unclear why he spent so much effort to deliver the newspaper to his mistress. Jade thinks that with such gifts Max wanted to show that he loves her and is grateful for her care.