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Hodge The Cat – Southwark Cathedral
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Do you know that at the moment is Worldwide Cat Day? It’s the day to have a good time one of the vital widespread and likewise historical pets. Cats have been worshiped as gods for hundreds of years, beginning with historical Egypt. Cats do know, they’re those who rule the world. They’re cool, unbiased, they’re diva’s, adventurous and do not forget, Cats have 9 Lives. So right here is to the Cats – the true kings and queens of this world.
However for now, let me introduce to you all – Hodge.
Hodge is the resident cat at London’s Southwark Cathedral.
Hodge was rescued by the Catcuddles Sanctuary, a small cat charity with an enormous coronary heart, who’s providing kitties a house from residence surroundings in a community of foster houses throughout Se and N London.
Verify them out on Twitter: @catcuddles
To search out out extra about Hodge, observe the hyperlink beneath:
I first met Doorkins Cat a few years in the past for the primary ever Southwark Cathedral Picture Shoot. Sadly Doorkins handed away, however name it destiny, Hodge the Cat moved in and stored the custom of the Southwark Cat alive.
I met Hodge final 12 months for the second Calendar Picture Shoot of the Southwark Cat. And what can I say, Hodge rocked it.
Hodge can also be very a lot in contact along with his followers. So do verify Hodge out on Twitter or Instagram.
So subsequent time you might be visiting London, plan a go to to the Southwark Cathedral and see if you could find Hodge exploring or snoozing on the Deans chair.
Hope you’ve got loved my little weblog about Hodge the Cathedral Cat.
Hold your eyes open for our 2023 calendar 🙂
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