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But how’d he skip past TSA?

Photo courtesy of the Animal Welfare League of Arlington Photo courtesy of the Animal Welfare League of Arlington

Nope, that’s not a LOLcat — it’s a wall-cat. The Animal Welfare League of Arlington reports it’s now caring for a 5-month-old kitten, pictured left, who was rescued by an animal control officer last week from within a wall at Reagan National Airport. Welfare League officials say it’s a mystery as to how the cat got into the wall. But we know one thing for certain: He’s likely the cutest security breach ever.

He also might eventually need a home. Welfare League say that if an owner doesn’t claim the kitty, he will most likely go up for adoption. We hope whoever gets him names him Wally.

This got us thinking about our own pets and the strange places we’ve found them (behind the toilet, for example). What’s the strangest place you’ve ever found your pet hiding? Tweet us @WaPoExpress and your response could wind up in Friday’s Blog Log.

Marissa Payne writes for The Early Lead, a fast-breaking sports blog, where she focuses on what she calls the “cultural anthropological” side of sports, aka “mostly the fun stuff.” She is also an avid WWE fan.

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