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Behold, There’s A Cat On An Open-Cockpit Glider

BY TEAM JST

Courtesy: YouTube

Can we just say: meow?

Two adventurists in Kourou, French Guiana were flying an open-cockpit glider. In mid-air, the pilot suddenly looked over and realized a furry little friend had come along for the ride. A cat was peeking out and holding on tight to the glider’s wing. In the video above, the burry brave soul didn’t seem too freaked out but clawed strongly to stay aboard.

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Since the video is edited, we can’t be sure how long the actual flight was or how long the adorable feline was actually riding on the glider. The video named “remove cat before flight” was posted by romain jantot, while the description is written in both French and English.

In translation, the French part explains:

Routine baptism until … the importance of looking into the wings before each flight. FYI the cat is fine, he continues with his role as the club mascot.

The aircraft belonged to the aviation school Club ULM 16-34. Fortunately, the glider landed safely in the end, with the kitty doing absolutely fine.

Clearly, everyone loves an adventurous cat, the video has already received more than 8 million views since it was first posted on Sunday.

What do you think of the cat on glider? Let us know in the comments.

 

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