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    Brother Cream Is Hong Kong's Most Famous And Most Adorable Cat

    Meet Brother Cream. He's your new favorite celebrity cat.

    This is Tsim Tung Brother Cream, but his friends just call him Brother Cream.

    Brother Cream lives in a convenience store in Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

    His owner's name is Ko Chee-shing. He owns the convenience store.

    He also has a companion named Sister Cream.

    (She's not quite as famous as Brother Cream.)

    Brother Cream has a lot of fans in Hong Kong.

    He does everything you'd expect a convenience store cat to do.

    He likes to inspect the shop's inventory every now and then.

    Here he is hard at work looking over a recent shipment.

    Yep, everything looks like it's in order here.

    He spends a lot of time laying around the shop greeting guests.

    Sometimes he lays around in a fort made of cat food cans.

    Sometimes he lays around by the adult magazines.

    And other times he likes to lay around in little boxes.

    (He's a big fan of little boxes.)

    But his favorite place to lay around seems to be a little Brother Cream shrine set up in the front of the shop.

    When he's not spending time laying around, you can probably find him sleeping somewhere in the shop.

    (He's a very graceful sleeper.)

    He even gets baths every now and then!

    In 2012, Brother Cream went missing from his shop. Everyone was worried he had been stolen.

    When he was found in a nearby alley 26 days later, it made national headlines.

    After that, the shop became a Hong Kong attraction, and Brother Cream became a national celebrity.

    People come from all over the world to meet Brother Cream and give him presents.

    And little costumes...

    Brother Cream is so popular, he can even be seen on busses in Hong Kong.

    He even has his own merchandise.

    So when you visit, you can even take home your own Brother Cream.

    Yay Brother Cream! The most popular cat in Hong Kong!

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