Did you enjoy the royal wedding? Did you watch it or simply review some of the links showing the ceremony and snippets of the reception? Maybe you watched it with friends. Did you serve tea and crumpets? And here’s the burning question of the day: Did you involve your pets in a royal wedding party?
Some household pets in America were treated to a Royal Wedding Watch party. Check this out! It’ll make your day: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=cats+royal+wedding&view=detail&mid=9755F7D5FF864622460B9755F7D5FF864622460B&FORM=EWREVC
Here are pictures of some gorgeous cats wearing fashionable hats in honor of the wedding: https://www.usmagazine.com/entertainment/pictures/adoptable-cats-in-fascinators-honor-royal-wedding-pics/
If you’re like me and interested in cats in unusual places, you might enjoy this link. It reveals some of the royal cats in history. While, in the UK, dogs have always been the pet of choice, a few royals have enjoyed cats. Queen Victoria allowed her children to have pet cats. There are also working cats in some of the offices related to the royal family—mousers.
Here’s an interesting tidbit, Abraham Lincoln loved cats. His wife said cats were his only hobby. In fact, he used to feed Tabby, one of his cats, using a gold fork at White House dinners. He also claimed that his cat, Dixie, was smarter than his whole cabinet. Here’s a site revealing other “royal” cats in the orient, Russia, and Egypt: https://www.litter-robot.com/blog/2018/05/18/royal-cats-throughout-history/