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Saturday, April 25, 2015

I want to have a career in Feline TV


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Dear George
Have you noticed how many cats there are on television these days? From motivational speakers to singing cats, every ad seems to feature a furry feline. It’s got me thinking – how could I get in on this action and start my career on the screen?
I’m a pretty handsome, lively young boy – if I do say so myself – so I think I’ve got what it takes to be a TV star, but how do I convince my human? While I await your reply, I will practice strutting my stuff!
Yours,
Joe x

Dear Joe, 
It is your lucky day. I happen to know of a TV company looking for feline stars in the UK. Chalkboard TV say they are looking for Britain's "quirkiest cat owners."  
Decode that and it means cats with the best trained owners - the sort of owners that give you the biggest side of the bed, that don't mind you sitting on their heads, that let you share the shower, are grateful to be woken up by their toes being bitten under the duvet, and/or generally run the household. If your owner is like that contact lorna@chalkboardtv.com  with a photo of yourself.
Send that email now!!
George 
PS. Let's hope they don't put cat addicts on the show, the sort of people who are cat hoarders.

4 comments:

  1. You are so cute! I think you should be on the big screen not the small one :-)
    Thea

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  2. Wow! You are my "other" self! We have identical marks :-)
    Joe, we can become famous....like famous couples in movies!
    Think....Casablanca...or Gone with the Wind....Titanic!
    Love
    Patches

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  3. George, tie Celia tight (to her chair- home) ....otherwise she'll be on TV as the "quirkiest cat's owner"
    Diego

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  4. this is really amazing, you are doing a great work here Adopt a dog

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