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Pet’s Corner -  September 2014

04 Sep 2014

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Watch out for this fearless feline

You certainly can’t call six-year-old Gunner a scaredy cat.

He thinks nothing of risking one of his nine lives by taking a stroll on the ledge outside his tenth floor NewQuay apartment.

While Gunner is a bit of a lone ranger, according to this owner, he certainly isn’t lonely with plenty of friends in the building.

Neighbours regularly spot Gunner casually walking past their balconies and he often pops in to visit residents in neighbouring apartments.

And his aerial escapades aren’t a concern, with Gunner yet to test the theory that cats always land on their feet.

While Gunner is quite independent and isn’t overly affectionate, he doesn’t mind a quick tickle under the chin.

So next time you’re looking out your apartment window, keep an eye out for  Gunner. You never know, he might just be passing by to say hello.

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