Well human friends, (plus animals that can work computers and can read).
My name is Mog-Trogg and I'm a Ginger Queen (True). My family consists of my two Dads, Hilda and Enzo, the dogs and Mabel and Boris, my furry cat brothers and sisters. Oh and Frank and Sheldon, the tortoises. ( They don't talk much).
My Dads own Green Donkey Apothecary. A funky online and high street store, selling Vegan and Vegetarian friendly body cosmetics. Everything is handmade via their cruelty-free production. They are then hand-packaged, labelled and then sold with love. They are both passionate about what they do and are proud to own this great company.
My life began, well I'm not quite sure actually. I was very young when I was put up for adoption as I was born with a nasal deformity, which meant that I regularly sneezed and sent huge amounts of mucus flying through the air. Not a good look for a young kitten lady like myself.
Unfortunately my original family thought the same and waved goodbye to me at the gates of the nearest cat adoption centre. There I was placed on their website with a cheeky little photo of me looking cute and needy.
Yay, it worked. It just So happened that my Dads, as they are now, were looking for an addition to their growing family of 2 dogs and one other cat at that time. During my future blogs I will be referring to my Dads as either Geoff or Andrew.
Geoff had seen my picture on the adoption centre's website and insisted that Andrew drove to adopt me in his pyjamas as they weren't yet dressed.
I arrived in a borrowed cat box, containing an old blanket and little old me. I was about 7 weeks old and my adventure was just beginning.
Then the fun really did begin. An emergency operation to repair my nasal cavity, followed by a worming tablet, inoculations and finally micro-chipping. Hell, I was sore. It was worth it though. No more snotty nose. I felt like a new cat. I was liking this love-fest that Geoff and Andrew were showering me with.
I've arrived and it looks like I'm here to stay.