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Funny moment as cathedral cat steals Dean of Canterbury's milk during morning prayers

This is the hilarious moment a cathedral cat brazenly nabs milk in a morning prayers video.

Oblivious to the Dean of Canterbury's sermon, the mischievous mog called Tiger can be seen eyeing-up a jug on a table.

Watch: Tiger the cat nabs milk during morning prayers

He leaps up to discover Dr Robert Willis' milk beside a teapot - presumably left there for his morning brew.

The cunning cat continuously dabs his paw in the jug and licks it.

Unaware to Tiger's tricks, Dr Willis eventually catches him in the act.

"Sorry, we have acquired a friend this morning," he tells his viewers during the live stream.

Tiger the cat steals Dean of Canterbury's milk during morning prayers. Picture: Canterbury Cathedral / YouTube
Tiger the cat steals Dean of Canterbury's milk during morning prayers. Picture: Canterbury Cathedral / YouTube

But this is not the first time the Dean of Canterbury has had his morning prayers disrupted by a curious feline.

Tiger's nephew, Leo the cat, was caught disappearing beneath his robes in May and became a viral sensation.

Fans of the video were asked to donate to Canterbury Cathedral where tumbling revenues have put jobs at risk.

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