Cat crashes runway at Turkey fashion show, goes viral on Instagram

31 October, 2018, 13:12 | Author: Irvin Gilbert
  • A cat walked the ramp in Istanbul

A playful cat decided it was its moment to shine when it hopped up on the runway of a live fashion show in Turkey and tried to strut its stuff with the other models.

Footage from the event shows the cat storm the catwalk before grooming itself in front of stunned guests. Well, no, the feline wasn't a model invited on the stage to showcase new designs but was an intruder who couldn't care less and sat there amid passing models, doing its own business.

At one point, the cat began to swat away models that got too close before going back to licking himself.

Fashion school Vakko ESMOD Istanbul held its ESMOD International Fashion Show 2018 at Emaar Square Mall on Thursday, Oct. 25.

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The video shared by Instagram user @hknylcn has received at least 274,600 views.

It's unclear where the cat came from, but many on social media enjoyed the feline's performance.

"A catwalk... as it should be", one bemused user quipped.

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