A package has arrived at the doorstep of a New York City man’s apartment.
When he opens the box, he sees the remains of his cat, who had died two years earlier.
The cat’s head is replaced with a doll that looks exactly like his own, with an enormous smile on its face.
The package also contains the remains and blood of the cat.
It was the gift of a woman who lives nearby, a woman whose cat died when her dog died.
She’s been called the Cat of the Month.
This is not a coincidence.
In 2014, the cat-delivery service Chick-Fil-A launched its Chick-To-Go program, which offers customers a free delivery of their favorite items to nearby residents.
The Chick-In-Chief has been the cat’s main customer since it was first introduced in 2014, when the chain began selling its pet-friendly Chicken McNuggets.
Since then, Chick-Co has expanded the program, introducing new products and partnering with local businesses to deliver Chick-Laws, Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Wings.
Now, the company has partnered with a woman to bring back the cat to life.
As part of the new delivery, Chick Fil-A has launched an interactive app on its website that allows users to see the remains, as well as a photo of the Cat.
“I can’t tell you how excited I am to have this package in my hand,” said Chantal Ollmann, a Chick Fil, a customer service representative who lives just blocks away from where the cat is being delivered.
The app features a photo gallery of the remains with a caption reading, “Chick-Fil A’s Chicken McNugget is here!”
The images also include an explanation that says the Cat is now a family member.
“We know that people will enjoy it, so it’s great for them,” Olleman said.
In a statement to The Associated Press, Chickfil A said the cat will now “look forward to sharing its story with the world” as a “human being.”
“It was a cat who made a difference in the lives of so many people,” said Ollman.
“A human who was adopted from a shelter when she was a puppy, who never had a chance to live outside the shelter because her owners didn’t want to raise her,” said Shereena Dass, an owner of the popular Dass Dog Shop in East Harlem.
“She made it possible for people to get the love and attention they needed.”
The Cat has been with the company since 2014, Ollenberg said.
“The cat has lived there and seen the lives that have been opened up by the Chick Fil,” she said.
The Cat’s first birthday has been held at the Dass store.
The dog owner has been keeping a journal of the experience for the past year, and he posted the photos to Instagram on Tuesday.
“My cat is the one who gave me this gift,” Dass said.