Street cat Baidian’er – which means “white spot” in Chinese, referring to the patch of fur under his nose – was often found near the west gate of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Photo: Arthur Yang

China’s ‘psychic’ ginger cat dies after World Cup winning streak

Thousands of fans leave condolence messages online for Baidian’er, who lived at the Forbidden City and predicted the winners of seven out of 10 matches

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Street cat Baidian’er – which means “white spot” in Chinese, referring to the patch of fur under his nose – was often found near the west gate of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Photo: Arthur Yang
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