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BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 02: Tizian, a persian cat, gets a last-minute brushing before judging at a cat competition at the pet trade fair (Heimtiermesse) at Velodrom on November 2, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Exhibitors are showing the latest trends in collars, snacks and other accessories for cats, dogs and other household pets. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Forget about trying to find a genie in a bottle who will grant you any wish, you can now own your very own magical cat and have all your wishes fulfilled for just $127,000.

A Russian woman recently posted a classified ad asking people to pay a small fortune for her pet cat, a Scottish Fold named Vincent I, or Vinsik, for short. The woman, known only as Elena, told Russian journalists that she discovered her cat’s wish-granting powers by accident, but has since tested its effectiveness three times. She now wants to share its magic with others but is asking for a considerable fee as a reward for her kindness.

The woman claims that the cat was responsible for her getting two apartments and a car, simply by asking the cat to grant her wish. They say that a fourth wish hasn’t happened so they are willing to let Vinsik go and help another family out.