Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Special Bond between Bestie and Her Cat

Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Special Bond between Bestie and Her Cat

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MY SAY

CHERYL ROYAL-SCOTT

I RANG my bestie Carleen from Brisbane as she'd lost her precious cat Narla, who she'd had for 14 years.

Narla was a one in a million cat.

I'll never forget her.

I swear she was more human than animal.

She loved Carleen and vice versa, they were so inseparable and when Carleen was away on holiday, Narla would give her the cold shoulder when she got home.

Carleen's boys would visit their mum and Rodney and the first thing they'd ask is "where's Narla?"

The boys and Rodney had their own special connection with Narla.

But it was nothing like Carleen and her cat, their bond was like mother and child. Carleen would talk to Narla and you'd swear Narla knew what she was saying.

Narla would meow or move a certain way and Carleen would understand her.

It was really unbelievable watching the both of them and this is why Narla was such a big part of the family and such a great loss. …

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