I love a cute animal and I bet you do too. Why I know that? Well, according to a recent study by My Voucher Codes, the British public are massive fans of animal babies and their parents, especially when they pop up on social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter. There are even people out there who set up social media accounts for their pets. A little over the top, if you ask me, but then I think Honey’s life isn’t that exciting really. Her tweets would probably look like this:
“They finally decided to get up at 6am. Imagine I was that lazy! Now get me some food.”
“Fridge door is open. Can I have some more food?”
“Oh Amy is coming into the kitchen, I better jump through the cat flap.”
“This Siamese cat from next door is such a bully. #justsaying
“Time for a snuggle on the sofa. I’ve been awake for too long already.”
“I swear there was someone in the kitchen. I could get some food, if I annoy them.”
“Time for some action: Let’s jump onto the freshly washed laundry.”
“Being a cat is so hard sometimes, I’ll better sleep now. No wait, I’ll check for food first.”
“They told me that I had enough food already #animalcruelty”
“It’s cold on the carpet; I’ll climb into their bed.”
“I’m really off now. Night!”
I told you it was going to be thrilling and although she is the cheekiest cat I know, I absolutely love her to bits. She is a little spoiled and always sleeps at the end of our bed as opposed to her cat basket. Normal cat biscuits aren’t enough for her either, it has to me some of the sliced turkey breast that Amy feeds her every morning, but I guess I shouldn’t complain, as we do save on pet care products and have a great insurance deal in place – you just won’t read about them on her very own Twitter profile, because I’m way to busy keeping mine updated or liking photos of cute puppies or dancing horses.
Check out the infographic below, it’s been influenced by exactly them!
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