A cat helps her family hunt for a house

Home buying can be a stressful and tiring process, what more if you are doing it for the first time. But what happens if you leave it to a cat?

The star of’s latest video ad.  Noriko is the name of the kitty star.

The good-natured white British Longhair is 1-year-old and this is her first acting debut.

The storyline has been scripted to suit her docile personality and it seems like all she does in the ad is to sit and watch the world go by. And while she looks relaxed, the family is looking flustered trying to gather information about the latest properties.

In this video, Noriko and her human family, including 6-year-old Kwek Ann Ya, go on a house-hunting spree from sunrise to sunset to check out one and another house, but the trio and their cat were not able to find one that suits them.

They could not find a house at the end of the day, but Noriko does not seem worried in the least about the unsuccessful excursion. She seems to know something they don’t and in the end her secret is revealed.

Find out how Noriko saved her owners from the hassle of the traditional home-buying process in the video ad. Also got to,’s Virtual Property Expo 2018 to find your own dream home.

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