A stray cat wandered into a police station one day meowing for help and decided to make it her home.
This beautiful calico cat must of felt that she had a connection with the officers at this police station in Pusan, South Korea as a few months previously she had seen them bury her kittens who had died in a road accident. When she returned it was actually the same officers on duty and they soon realised that she was once again pregnant.
The officers liked having her around and named her “Molang” which means “don’t know”. They thought this name was appropriate as they had no idea how old she was or where she came from.
When she was ready to give birth the officers made a “delivery room” under the sofa for her and even helped her cut the umbilical cord of the kittens. She had four kittens in all and the station has now become their permanent home.
Every time a package arrives at the station the cats enjoy taking a nap on them.
This friendly cat family work alongside the police officers and help them with their job.
Everyone at the police station fell in love with this feline family and they have become the mascots of the police station. They are very well looked after, well fed, get lots of playtime and are growing up in a loving environment.
And as it turns out, these delightful kitties have become the first ever police cat family in the country.
All images @BusanPolice