Kitten's got talent
A MISCHEIVIOUS kitten could soon become more interested in the packaging of her cat food than the dinner inside. Tilly, a four-month-old tabby from Holwell could soon be gazing at her own face on packets of cat food, as she is one of 12 British moggie
A MISCHEIVIOUS kitten could soon become more interested in the packaging of her cat food than the dinner inside.
Tilly, a four-month-old tabby from Holwell could soon be gazing at her own face on packets of cat food, as she is one of 12 British moggies shortlisted from over 5,000 to become the face of Felix.
Owner, Chris Cox, said: "I'm honoured my cheeky little kitten is one of the finalists. It would be amazing to see her face on packs across the country.
"Growing up with a fluffy white German Shepherd as a brother Tilly thinks she will one day be as big as him - but at the moment it's just her attitude that's massive! Tilly is an absolute diva, she's naughty and totally spoilt, but you can't help loving her. She especially likes to follow my fingers across the keyboard whilst I'm catching up on my emails, causing everyone to think I can't spell properly! She is also a fan of 'rearranging' the flowers that have already been beautifully arranged by my partner!"
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Tilly will find out if fame (and a years supply of cat food) beckons when a panel of judges choose the winner on Monday.
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