2000 Year Old Paw Print Shows Cats Are Carefree Since Forever

2000 Year Old Paw Print

An archaeologist at the Gloucester City Museum was examining ancient Roman roof tiles from 100 AD when he came across a fragment that contained a cat’s paw print.

According to the BBC, the tile is called tegula, and it was commonly used on the roofs of buildings at the time.

After seeing this thousands of year old tile, one can imagine cats always lived their lives carefree, casually strolling across a section of freshly laid tile and leaving behind their print for all of us to see.

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