The bookshop’s owner is convinced her cat is a spy.

She told News24 she has only seen him once in the last three years, but has seen him before at the local pub, where he often sits on the sofa with the dog.

“He’s not really that keen to interact with people,” she said.

“If you look at the pictures of him, I think he might be a little bit of a fussy cat, but I think that’s because he’s been through a lot.”

I don’t think he’s ever gone out with a lady, but he’s a very social cat.

“When I go out with him, we always have a friendly conversation.”

It’s a really nice little cat.

“Ms Nellie says the only other person who can see her cat and the dog has been a neighbour.”

The other neighbour, she doesn’t know him very well, but she’s seen him at the pub and it’s never bothered her at all.

“They haven’t been on socialising in a long time, but they’re still around,” she added.

A local animal welfare charity says the owners are entitled to expect their pet to be ‘secure’ and ‘caring’ but the cat appears to have a ‘lack of respect’ for his owner.”

I’m sure the owner will do a thorough investigation into it and find out who did it and if they can get their paws on the cat.”

A local animal welfare charity says the owners are entitled to expect their pet to be ‘secure’ and ‘caring’ but the cat appears to have a ‘lack of respect’ for his owner.

The Dog Trust of Queensland says the owner has to be careful not to cause any unnecessary distress to the cat or his owner, and says the cat must be well-socialised.

“We don’t know if the owner was aware of the behaviour, or if he just thought it was cute,” said Dog Trust Queensland’s animal welfare officer, Katie Breen.

“Or if he thought he could get away with it.”

So if the cat is having trouble with the owner or his partner, that might be another indication of the owner being too trusting of the cat.

It’s not uncommon for people to keep cats for pets, but the owners need to be aware of how their cats may react to other people and strangers.

“Animal welfare experts warn that if you have a pet and find them distressed, please contact a vet immediately.

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