I’m con­vinced ev­ery­one

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has an in­ner right mad cat lady, just wait­ing for the time in life to nuz­zle her way out. My tom, Marco, sits at the liv­ing room win­dow and an­nounces ev­ery­one at the front door like he’s a Buck­ing­ham Palace foot­man. ‘The post­man, Ma’am… ’

He and his sis, Mya, aka the I wouldn’t have moun­tain goat, are a hand­ful, but the same af­ter it any other way. And you might feel this week’s is­sue. the two fe­line feel-good fea­tures in she and her two Clara didn’t know where to turn when of them came home sons were so lost in grief that one die ‘to be with Daddy’. from school to say he wanted to

Mary Pop­pins, In came Honey, their very own ginger (p16). who trans­formed their lives for good An old girl now, Then there’s tor­toise­shell Boo (p28). her owner, Janet, she’d been miss­ing for 13 years un­til got a very un­ex­pected phone call…

Aww – fur­balls and spin­s­ter­dom for all!

Karen Bryans, Ed­i­tor (sto­ries@re­alpeo­plemag.co.uk)

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