Twin Cities bicycle cat enjoys the ride

Here's a light one that many of you cat-lovers will appreciate. Waji is a feline who tours the metro on the shoulder of his owner, Don Ess. Kare 11 reports he also gives high-fives and kisses on demand. Aw.
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Here's a light one that many of you cat-lovers will appreciate. Waji is a feline who tours the metro on the shoulder of his owner, Don Ess. Kare 11 reports he also gives high-fives and kisses on demand. Aw.

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