Joe Exotic in a scene from the true crime TV series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. Supplied by Netflix.
Joe Exotic in a scene from the true crime TV series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. Supplied by Netflix.

Becoming Kitten King is the next logical step

SOAPBOX:

THIS might be isolation talking, but I feel like I’m starting to understand the big cat obsession.

Tiger King revealed a whole society I’d never cared to give much thought to.

Big cat lovers.

I never considered a passion for big cats could be that strong you’d consider joining a cult for it.

Especially ones stuck in captivity.

It’s not even them in their wild habitat.

But I’m starting to get it.

We bought a cat.

Well, I hurriedly decided it would be a great idea, in the face of stricter lockdown measures, to give our daughter a little partner in crime to bond with while she’s missing out on her buddies.

Turns out it was a bit of a masterstroke.

The cat is a massive personality and currently engaging in a bit of tactical trolling with our offspring.

Toys are being hidden, late night visits paid to try and wake each other up and a general sense of chaos has been the order of the day since the arrival of this little character.

And I’m a huge fan.

I just want him to love me.

I’m possibly trying too hard, but that’s OK. It’ll happen.

If all goes well, I may bust out the blond hair dye soon and become the Kitten King.



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