Cat clings to plane wing for flight

The YouTube video showing the stowaway cat during the three-minute flight

Pilot’s video shows surprising stowaway as ultra-light aircraft flies hundreds of feet above the ground 0:00 / 0:35 Embed The YouTube video showing the stowaway cat during the three-minute flight Jamie Grierson @JamieGrierson Monday 22 June 2015 12.11 BST Last modified on Monday 22 June 2015 15.56 BST Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Shares 8,354 Comments 207 A cat has escaped with at least one of its nine lives after stowing away on an ultra-light aircraft flight. A video has been posted on YouTube of the cat digging its claws into the aircraft’s wing as its pilot and passenger fly hundreds of feet above the ground at first apparently unaware of its presence. Romain Jantot, understood to be the pilot in the clip, cites a flying club in Kourou, French Guiana, in the film’s description. He uploaded the video on Sunday and it has already received more than 75,000 views. “A standard flight until … I still don’t know if it got in after the pre-flight check or if I missed it,” he says. “The cat is doing well, she is still our mascot.”

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