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Meet My Cats

Those of you who know me, or have seen my Twitter/Instagram, will know that I am a self-confessed crazy cat person.

Anna and Elsa

I have two cats, called Anna and Elsa. They are nearly three years old, and I adopted them when they were about 12 weeks old. They had been abandoned along with their five brothers and sisters (don’t worry, they all found their forever homes too!)



Anna is a tabby cat. Her fur is brown, with patches of ginger and white, and the classic tabby markings. She’s quite small but very feisty. She loves to “hunt” her toys, explore inside cupboards, and walk across my laptop keyboard when I’m trying to type.





Elsa is mostly white, with some black patches. She has heterochromia (one blue eye and one green eye) and she’s a little bit chubbier than her sister! Elsa is much more laid back than Anna, and she prefers cuddling her toys, making secret dens out of cushions and clothes on the floor, and snoozing.



Although they both have such different personalities, they both love having snuggles (with me, and each other), and I never doubt that they love me, as they both accompany me to the bathroom every. single. time

So yeah, these two live with me (or rather, they allow me to live in their house) and we love our little family.

Do you have a cat? What mischief do they get up to? Tell me about them in the comments below, and include a photo if you want!


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