Russia's ‘Psychic' Cat Achilles Predicts the World Cup 2018 Opening Match Winner
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A cat said to have psychic powers has predicted the winner of the first game in the 2018 World Cup , set to kick off on June 14.
Achilles, a deaf Russian cat that lives at the Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg, was given two plates of cat food to determine the opening match's winner. One plate was marked with a Russian flag, while the other had a Saudi flag.
After a moment of hesitation, Achilles chose the Russian plate, the Associated Press reports. Following the choice, the cat was dressed in a Russian uniform for a photoshoot.
Hermitage veterinarian Anna Kondratyeva said Achilles...
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