Homeless Cat Walks Up To A Cop, The Reason Why Went VIRAL Overnight.

The Gang-seo Police Station in Busan have a new recruit in their hands.

Humans have used animals to work alongside them for centuries. Whether it’s a mule carrying heavy loads, horses used as transportation, pigeons carrying military messages during WWI and WWII, or canines working in law enforcement, and search and rescue. Folks have been able to tap into an animal’s skill and exploit it. Cats on the other hand may not be the most reliable employees from the animal kingdom. Aside from refusing to take commands from anyone, they love to lounge around too much to ever do any hard labour. Cats love nothing more than take naps throughout the day. Still, a police station in South Korea is willing to give this fur ball species a chance at doing decent work for the common good. Cats may not be the most fierce and strong animal but their cuteness factor is intimidating enough to take down hard-core criminals.Her name is Molang and she has yet to make any arrests but that is not stopping the force from keeping her on.
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Molang is a homeless cat who started to hang out with the officers while on duty.

She also happens to live at the station.
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She takes her job very seriously keeping guard with her fellow officers.

Molang has become the mascot at the station. When the officers fell in love with Molang they had no idea she was not alone.
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Turned out Molang was pregnant when she made the police station her home.

By the time the officers realized their cat was pregnant they had already fallen in love with her. They decided to let her have her kittens at the station.
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The cat family has their own living space. The police officers were present during the birth and cut the kittens' umbilical cords.

Molang gave birth to two male and two female kitties. It wasn't long before she was showing her offsprings the ropes of the job.
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The officers have to do their daily duties and take care of a family of five cats.

The station proudly shares Molang's life on Facebook. She was gifted a police uniform made to her exact measurements. She seems to be moving up the ranks.
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Not to be upstaged by their momma, the kittens also got their own uniforms.

The tiny kittens are the new hires in the department.
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The cat police family is now ready to fight some serious crime.

They may not seem very menacing but the cat squad is ready for the call of duty.
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It's fair to say the kittens have followed in their mother's footsteps.

The police station has no plan of relocating the cats. They have become more than just mascots, they are family.

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