I have a cat called Olaf. He has huge ears and is going to be one in November. Despite being quite independent and enjoying spending lots of time outside with the other cats in his cat gang, Olaf is very loving and has lots of purrs to share. He puts up with the shrieking and stroking (mauling!) from the kids well and gives a warning paw shot – mostly without claws – to show his displeasure. I grew up with cats and this is my first cat with a family of my own. Olaf is a wonderful addition to our family and if I’m ever feeling a bit sad or a bit low, I know I can put my head on his fluffy tummy for a little purr and a bit of love, which makes me feel much better.
We must be cat people at the Trust – this is Anastasia. She is just as haughty as her name suggests, but it is lovely to find her looking out for me when I come home from work and she always knows just when I need a cuddle.
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