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Allyson Malecha writes, Every day with my cat, Sir Neville Smellybottom, and my sister’s cat, Prince William, is an adventure.

Every day with my cat, Sir Neville Smellybottom, and my sister’s cat, Prince William, is an adventure. They are so full of energy all the time and are most amusing to look at. Even though they are not brothers at birth, they are brothers at heart. Neville, my cat, is naughty and nice, the perfect mix of cat and dog. Yes, he looks like a cat, but he plays fetch and chases his tail; which is hilarious to watch. He can get into some trouble when he messes with my dad’s coat, gets fur over everything, and nibbles on your toes, but usually he is a sweet cat who loves being petted and hates being held. (Mostly because of his fifteen pound stature.)My sister’s cat, William, a.k.a. Mr. Bundles and Willy, is a much smaller cat who, on the contrary, loves to be held. Willy is very small for a male cat, and seemingly doesn’t eat a whole lot, but he is a cat treat fiend and even tries to open the pantry to scarf down some Friskies. Willy also is a little stinker when it comes to clean laundry. He buries his face in the ironing pile and sleeps on clothes we have yet to put away. But like his nickname Mr. Bundles, he loves to snuggle.The names Prince William and Sir Neville Smellybottom came from the idea that we wanted British names for our “proper” kittens. Neville’s name came from Harry Potter and my cat calendar. Willy got his name because it was his assigned name at Boulder Valley Humane Society, the place where we adopted both them.My kittens mean the world to me. Without them, I would rarely have a good laugh every day and a soft bundle of fur to cuddle with every night. Even though they have their quirks, they are the best kittens I could hope to have and I am very thankful for them.

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