Cats were in solitary confinement for leading their fellow escapes

The cat was annoyed after being kept in a separate place as punishment for its crimes.

The cat was annoyed after being kept in a separate place as punishment for its crimes.

The 6-year-old cat named Quilty became famous on social networks after many rebellions tried to escape and helped his friends escape from captivity in Friends for Life animal shelter in Houston, Texas. . A series of photos of Quilty's angry expression during the penalty period attracted many likes and comments on Facebook on October 29.

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Quilty cats are locked up separately.(Photo: CNN).

"Quilty can be a little uncomfortable," said Jennifer Hopkins, a media representative for Friends for Life. For the past few months, Quilty had been living in the center's cat room. Hopkins said when the cat arrived at the camp, the door of the room kept opening. "When we arrived in the morning, we had to collect 15 cats that had been ruined all night , " Hopkins said.

Security cameras show the culprit is Quilty. It often jumped and pulled on the door handle. At least three times, the cat freed itself and its companion. The guards were forced to keep Quilty alone in the lobby of the building until it became more docile.

Quilty was born in 2012 and, like his siblings, is named after a character in Vladimir Nobokov's "Lolita" novel. According to Hopkins, a family adopted the cat after birth, but a few months ago, the owner had to move and could not bring it with him. Finally, Quilty was brought back to Friends for Life.

Hopkins said most people love exotic cats. As a result, Quilty was arranged to live with another family and was waiting to complete the procedure to move into a new home.