A shelter cat was placed in solitary confinement after repeatedly assisting fellow cats in escaping from their cages… Check out the photos to know more about this hilarious story…

Quilty is the most adorable little liberator we’ve ever seen. He’s recently gotten himself into trouble for letting his companions out of their… beautiful, cozy shelter room. Quilty’s perspective, a gilded prison is still a cage, we assume.

The cunning cat resides at the Friends For Life shelter in Houston, Texas, and he’s taken to letting everyone out by opening the entrance to the shelter’s senior-cats section.

He’s been opening the door many times a day, leaving the staff with little choice but to place him in jail.

Quilty, on the other hand, has no choice but to complain. Profusely. Quilty was briefly removed from the room as the staff “Quilty-proofed” it in order to prevent Quilty’s attempts to free his friends.

Quiliy then had to spend some time in the integration kennel before returning to the room. Every cat who enters the room must first spend time in the integration kennel, but Quilty was irritated by her involuntary solitude.

He was so dissatisfied that he decided to flee.

Quilty attempted to flee the integration kennel and the cat room five times but was “sadly” caught each time.

If he hadn’t used his freedom to stalk the shelter employees and interrupt their meetings, he could have gotten away with it. Quilty knows how to get out, but he doesn’t know how to stay out.

He was usually irritated when he was returned to his cell, and his grumpiness was so terrible that employees referred to him as a “spicy A – hole” at one time.

The internet, on the other hand, has thrown its support behind Quilty and opposed his unjust imprisonment. People have been advocating for the release of the small prisoner and expressing support for his bold ways.

The outpouring of support has been incredible. Quilty is a repeat offender, as evidenced by the fact that he used to unlock the doors and let the family’s dogs inside the house while he was living with his previous family.

Quilty is obviously unrepentant, but let’s be honest, that only adds to our admiration for him.

Quilty’s incarceration would soon come to an end, much to everyone’s happiness. He’s lately spent time with a nice family who tolerates his penchant for justice and allows him to snuggle up in bed with them.

We are overjoyed for our beloved convict and his new family. We’re confident he’ll teach his new canine siblings a few tricks.

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