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Pets Corner May 2010

29 Apr 2010

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First there was Merchant the building, Docklands’ latest apartment block in Victoria Harbour.

Now meet Merchant the cat – a Persian, domestic short hair cross.

Sohaib Malik brought Merchant home to his Merchant apartment about a month ago because he was living alone and needed some company.

“He’s very playful.  When I come home he rolls at my feet and wants to play ball,” Sohaib said.

“And he jumps up on my quilt and wakes me up in the morning.”

The 24-year-old bought the kitten from the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in North Melbourne in March.

Sohaib immigrated to Australia from Pakistan eight years ago and lived in Sydney before moving to Melbourne in 2005 to study international business at Swinburne.

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