A portly puss has earned the title of the most visited tourist attraction in Szczecin, Poland, overshadowing the town's actual historical monuments.
Gacek, a black-and-white cat whose name translates to "long-eared bat" in Polish, achieved five stars on Google Maps and superseded the Pomeranian Dukes’ Castle of 1346, as reported by Business Insider.
The Garfield-esque critter first hit the streets 10 years ago and has since attained mainstream attention due to a 2020 documentary, which has collectively gained 4.5 million views across Facebook and YouTube, according to Notes from Poland.
Gacek has his own Instagram page, where devotees share images of the "King of Kaszubska Street."
Cat lovers travel from all around Europe to witness Gacek in his wooden compartment, and is looked after by the owners of a shop in the vicinity.
A sign outside Gacek's abode urges passers-by not to disturb him when he's in a slumber, and encourages them to bring a snack or two when he's in a better mood.