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Pet’s Corner - November 2016

25 Oct 2016

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Cats of Docklands

By Nadia Dimattina

It is not common to see cats walking around the Docklands, but Molly is known as the local “cat in the pram”.

Molly, a two-and-a-half–year-old cat, loves exploring Docklands in his personal pram, alongside owner Olivia Lee.

Olivia believes that people underestimate cats and give preference to dogs when purchasing a pet.

“Some people say cats are not very friendly like dogs but I think this cat really gets along with people,” she said. 

Olivia describes her cat as “very lovely with a great personality”.

“He is curious about everything so I think he is very smart,” she said.

Molly and Olivia have recently moved to the Docklands and are really loving the area. 

“I like it because it is very close to the city. There are waterfront views and it is a very relaxing area. So I’m very happy I moved here,” she said

In terms of apartment living, Molly has adapted quite well and it’s not a problem for him or Olivia.

 “Apartment living is very easy because my building is very open which is suitable for cats,” Ms Lee said.

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