A cat during an animal rescue operation in Texas faces a snoring prospect after being placed in a solitary cat for releasing all other felines under cover.
Quilty, age 6, "likes to let cats out of the elders' room" – and did it several times a day – according to Friends for Life, a Houston-based animal rescue and adoption organization.
CAT CREDIT WITH SAVING THE BABY FROM THE EFFECT OF STAIRS
The group wrote in a Facebook post last month that Quilty would repeatedly open the door to the seniors' room. Described as a "smart, energetic and laid-back guy" who can be shy, the cat's online biography states, "I know that I like to open the closed doors.When I see one, it puts me to challenge and I work hard to get it open and I usually succeed.
The actions of the short-haired domestic cat resulted in his ban from the cat room in the reception area, where he took a "brief break".
TABBY CAT OF 26 BOOKS BECOMES VIRAL ON SOCIAL MEDIA: "I WANT THE HUG"
"His roommates missed him while he was banned in the lobby, so they took advantage of their nocturnal getaways around the shelter," the group wrote online. "However, the staff did not miss the morning quarrel, so we must agree to disagree."
Before being allowed to enter the room, Quilty had to enter the "kennel of integration" to readjust. "It has become a spicy now because it's content again," wrote the shelter.
Shortly after, Quilty apparently also broke free from the integration kennel located inside the room. The rescue was joked: the cat freeing himself "of his personal commitment".
Rescuers said it was not the first time Quilty had been around the street because he "was leaving his dog in the house of his old home," according to Friends for Life.
GIANT DOG APPEARS TO SMALL RESCUE IN ADORABLE VIDEO
Due to his bizarre and funny antics, Quilty has amassed a large social network, followed by over 30,000 fans on his personal Instagram account, titled "Free Quilty". His profile describes him as a "door ninja" with a "superior degree in catculus".
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
But from Tuesday, Quilty was in "pajamas" or a week-long trial at the home of a potential adopter, where two dogs live. Quilty's potential cat parent said the 6-year-old girl "was doing really well" and "is the most affectionate and affectionate cat I've ever met!"
It looks like Quilty might have a new home – where he can open doors again to free his animal brothers and sisters.