Most cricket fans concentrate so much onto the sport that every ball delivery and strike matters. Nobody wants to miss out on anything because the tables can turn at every ball and the recently concluded ICC CWC 2019 was a good example of that. While the stadium cameras constantly look for interesting subjects among the audience, there is a cat that likes cricket as much as fans of the sport. Brian the cat is the resident feline of the Somerset Cricket Ground, Taunton in England. And the cat's presence on the advertising boards in the stadium during the match between New Zealand and Afghanistan was not missed. In fact, some fans were cheering for Brian! The feline resident is so famous that he even has a Twitter account. While the World Cup 2019 is now over, Brian is a star in himself. Viral Video: Dog Saves a Goal in a Football Match in Argentina, Gets Declared 'Best Goalkeeper' by Enthusiastic Netizens.
Brian has been given a membership of the Somerset Cricket Ground club. The cat was first spotted in the stadium in 2013 and was named after one of the club's employees Brian Lee. The cat lives locally but spends most of the time around the cricket ground. The Cooper Associates County Ground is the home for this adopted feline. And staying around a cricket ground, the feline seems to have picked up a love for the sport. Kangaroo Enjoying on Football Pitch in Australia Will Take Away Your Monday Blues, Watch Pics and Video.
Brian's presence at the cricket ground is so well known that frequent guests who visit to watch cricket often wait to spot him. The cat's account on Twitter also gave updates about the game while the championship was on. He has over 2000 followers on Twitter and a website too!
Watch Video of Resident Feline Brian The Cat of Somerset Cricket Club:
He's a vital part of @SomersetCCC.
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 8, 2019
Here's Brian The Cat Among The Cricket Fans:
— Brian The Cat (@SCCCBrianTheCat) June 17, 2019
The Morning After Partying!
— Brian The Cat (@SCCCBrianTheCat) June 15, 2019
The Twitter account posts more such regular day photos of the cat present at the cricket ground. Well, it is not every day that we come across such fans of the sport. Brian can sure go Meowzat!