Tomcat fans can finally get a glimpse of a pet with which they may be familiar.
It is one of several cats that will be offered for sale on auction by an unnamed owner.
The cat will be a tomcat with a history of being used as a dog catcher and was used by Tomcat owner Mike Lazzarato when the owner lost his pet dog, Jack, to a car crash in 1998.
Lazzaro, a veterinarian, has been selling the tomcat since the accident, and has spent over $20,000 on it.
Lazzaratto, who has been using the tomcats as a “cat catcher” for more than a decade, recently said he was able to make enough money to get a second tomcat from the seller.
He was not available for comment.LACMA is currently trying to locate a buyer for the tomfoolery.
LASCO, a company that operates the auction site for auction houses, confirmed that it was looking into the sale of the tom and said it would work with Tomcat if the owner of the cat wants to make an offer.
“If the owner wants to sell the cat, we would be happy to do so,” said LACMA spokesman Brian Smith.
Tomcats are known for their large ears and long tails, which are also used for their own protection.
Lax owners are not the only ones to make a name for themselves in the tom cat world, however.
The popular cat has been a favorite among pet owners and veterinarians for generations.
The tomcat was originally called the “cat who could not be caught” and became popular in the early 1900s when it was popular in European circuses.
As it was a pet, it was often owned by children.
Its popularity soon spread to the United States and Europe, and it has become a common pet in the United Kingdom.