Daisy, a future Police Cat, decided to make herself at home at a UK police station, jumping through an open window in the rain. After finding out what it was like inside, she returned, each time being taken home by her now dad, who works there.
In a viral TikTok, we see Daisy giving her best “puss-in-boots eyes” to the camera. She quickly befriended everyone at the Cambridgeshire station or constabulary.
In thanks, we see she even brought the officers “presents” of rodents and other icky things on the floor.
Although Daisy’s dad wanted her to remain home, she “ground him down” and became an adorable mascot with her own cute uniform and warrant card.
“Eventually, I ground him down and he let me stay, I made friends, and even got my own warrant card! I got my own vest,” the caption reads. “I soon became part of the furniture in all departments…Now I spend my days chilling in the office.”
Clearly, Daisy was helping her best, becoming “part of the furniture in all departments,” TikTok says.
The video claims Daisy appeared on an episode of a crime TV series, 24 Hours in Police Custody, in the UK. The TikTok reached over 1.5 million views and made international news. Unfortunately, it appears to be a classic one-off with no further video updates to date. A one-hit wonder, although viewers want to see much more of Daisy and friends.
Meanwhile on Instagram, the video received many hilarious comments, such as this funny take:
“Imagine you illegally enter the police station by trespassing and get caught multiple times, commit multiple murders, even bring the victims into the police station, and you are not only let go without any bad consequences to yourself, you even get a job there, and all your new colleagues love you,” commented Selene Oana.
Video via TikTok/hazelnuts040
Another Police Cat Daisy?
Oddly, a similar story happened in Ivybridge, about 270 miles southwest. In 2017, a DIFFERENT Daisy appeared in the Plymouth Herald.
“Confident feline Daisy sauntered into the station one day around 11 years ago, and has never left,” the Herald reported.
Just like Daisy from Cambridgeshire, this kitty’s human lived nearby, and she liked to visit the station. At 14 years old, she charmed everyone, and they provided her with an enclosed kennel outside, a bed, food, toys, and veterinary checkups.
“Daisy is a free spirit, she’s a familiar face to everyone and she’s a very friendly cat,” said PC Dingley. “She’s well-loved, and she enjoys playing in the leaves – usually you can call her and she’ll emerge from the bushes.”
Daisy frequently appeared in amewsing posts on the Ivybridge and Rural Police Facebook and Twitter.
To be a good police cat you need to learn to ignore the pesky magpie, despite their constant tweeting at you. Well done Police cat Daisy 🐱🐦 pic.twitter.com/lIq6PsyW7V
— Ivybridge and Rural Police (@IvybridgePolice) June 16, 2017
“Always makes me smile entering the station to be greeted by a happy Daisy.”
In another scene, it appears she “helped” with a computer.
“If I failed to respond to any emails this evening, then this is the reason why…Officer Daisy broke the computer by laying across it! (advice: please as error messages won’t stop) Thanks, Daisy. Guess there is always tomorrow. Officer T.”