A hilarious sign warning people not to believe anything a talkative kitten says has left people online in stitches.

Kitten named Jimmy McGill after lawyer in Netflix show better call SaulRescued has gained a huge number of fans online.

Kentucky veterinarian Dr. Matt McGlashan said the video featuring Jimmy has been viewed millions of times on TikTok, Instagram and Facebook.

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Kitten Jimmy McGill before adoption. The kitten likes to meow loudly, which inspired the sign to write.
Dr. Matt McGlashan

One such video shared on TikTok showed Jimmy meowing loudly while the camera panned around the cage he was holding and showed a sign that read: “This cat Don’t believe anything the kid says. He’s fine.”

Since being shared on McGlashon’s TikTok account dr.mattmcglasson on May 5, the clip has garnered over 1.2 million views and an estimated 175,9000 likes.

They told newsweek It was his daughters who alerted him about a kitten that needed to be taken care of.

McGlashan continued: “I was busy in the office, actually in a surgery, when my phone rang and it was my kids. They found a stray kitten in the neighborhood with no mother hiding under the porch.

“He has helped me rescue many kittens, so he brought it to my house and gave him food, water, and a litter box.”

He said: “I’m a big fan of ‘Better Call Soul’, and this kitten talks a lot so I named him Jimmy McGill.

“I posted the video to generate interest about Jimmy as well as a picture listing the rules anyone adopting Jimmy must follow. Most of these were silly But got a lot of shares and attention. The video has over 1 million views. Over 10 million views on Instagram and TikTok and Facebook.”

McGlashan told newsweek Jimmy has since been adopted by one of his children’s teachers and is in a “wonderful home”.

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), there are several reasons why cats may meow, including:

  • Greeting people
  • To attract attention.
  • to ask for food.
  • To ask to go in or out.
  • to find a partner.
  • Or because they are old and suffer from mental confusion.

The ASPCA states that a cat who meows a lot should be thoroughly examined by a veterinarian to ensure that the cause of the cat’s distress is not a medical condition.

It continued: “Even if your cat has a history of meowing for food, you should still have her checked by your vet. As cats age, they can develop an overactive thyroid and kidney. are prone to develop the disease of, and either may result in excessive meowing.”

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