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Visiting Londons cat village.

14/07/2016
A place for all you cat lovers out there. Anyone that knows me, knows that my favourite thing in the world other than Christmas is cats! And a lot of them at that, So going to London’s cat village was a must ever since I got told about it the place.The cat village is a…

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A place for all you cat lovers out there. Anyone that knows me, knows that my favourite thing in the world other than Christmas is cats! And a lot of them at that, So going to London’s cat village was a must ever since I got told about it the place.The cat village is a place where you can go and chill with around 15 cats roaming free at a time, while having something to eat and drink. The village is situated near Old Street in London. It’s smaller than expected though, but I guess that’s good because the cats can’t run that fair away from you right?

A few rules before you go in and experience heaven..

1, Take your shoes off at the door so no outside germs get spread to the cats. They also give you a choice of wearing a pair of slippers.

2, They hand sanitise your hands (obviously) before and after entering.

3, You can’t disturb the cats while they are sleeping (as you know literally all cats do is sleep).

4, You also can’t pick them up or feed them or disturb them while eating or drinking. Which is understandable.

All the cats were extremely soft and chilled. I also love the different mixtures of breeds that were there, ranging from twin snow Bengals and a beautiful chinchilla Persian kitty (that was my favourite called Misty).

Action shots below.

My favourite was Misty. (The Persian chinchilla fluffy white cat) Beautiful isn’t she?

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