Cat on a hot tegula tile roof

We’ve all seen segments of sidewalks containing foot prints, imprints of leaves, or graffiti that occurred when the cement was wet. Here is a 2,000-year old example from a Roman site in Gloucester, England, where a cat probably scampered across some tegula tiles as they were drying in the sun. Yes, Garfield was here!


Cat paw print discovered on Gloucester Roman roof tile

By BBC News Gloucestershire

July 28, 2016

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