The cat spends most of its days in the police station in the Shapingba district of Chongqing, according to the Hualong Network.
When officers go out on patrol, the cat follows them patrolling too. The cat follows them so much that citizens have started calling it 'Officer'.
"It’s very swift, and can climb trees and chase rats. It’s really cool," said one officer.
A police spokesman said nobody had claimed the cat so officers had decided to adopt it and were feeding it daily.
"They are raising the cat and giving it the informal title of 'Police Officer' for its cool look and diligent work in catching rats," he said.
But in Britain, The House of Lords has a momentous decision to make: Should it get cats to chase the mice that have infested one of Britain's most famous buildings?
London's Houses of Parliament, also known as Westminster Palace, has rodents, and the peers aren't exactly sure what to do about it.
Ivan Anthony Moore-Brabazon, the House's administration chief had turned down suggestions to acquire cats.
He says the felines could ingest mice poison or wander around the chamber and disrupt business. He favours the current tactic of using poison and mousetraps.
Parliament staff have reported daily sightings of the rodents in the palace's restaurants and bars.
The performers' union Equity says nearby theaters in London's West End are facing similar problems, with 3/4 of actors and stage managers reporting infestations of mice, rats and fleas, reports the Guardian.
The first royal palace was built on the site in the 11th century, and Westminster was the primary London residence of the Kings of England until a fire destroyed much of the complex in 1512 - Agencies
A) Should Tom be sent to London?
B) Should Jerry continues stirring trouble while The House Of Lord is yet to reach a decision on its fate?
C) Should Jerry now be in the shadow of Spike The Bulldog knowing its days are numbered?
D) Should Butch The Alley Cat roped in if Tom is on duty?