Animals invade British model village

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A model village in Devon, England has had some surprise animal visitors.

Babbacombe Model Village and Gardens has had a white cat take a nap on the lawn of its miniature version of Bath's Royal Crescent building.

In the other hilarious images taken by staff, a mother duck and her ducklings are seen visiting the beach and also intruding on a football match at 'Wombley Stadium'.

The Babbacombe Model Village and Gardens is an attraction that invites humans (and by extension, animals) to explore a vast miniature world showcasing buildings, vehicles, tiny people, and more. It features scenes of English life over the last 60 years - told through humour and puns - via hundreds of model homes and the 13,000 "residents" who reside there.

Because the model village is located outdoors, it's no surprise that it would be visited by curious cats and ducks wading in the water.

As for the photo of the white kitty, the feline was noticed by a member of the staff and they snapped a picture.

"We have a couple of cats who visit us quite often," Mike Rhodes, the general manager, tells My Modern Met, "and so it is always funny when we capture them in such a position."