omg this cat
"Excu— excuse me— yes, excuse me
Hi, yes, could you just—
I just want you to pe- not it’s okay-!
just pet, that’s— ahh yes, yes~ thank you~”
I think it’s that the cat gestures what he wants that really makes it for me.
As the Truman Brewery Clock on Brick Lane struck 5.30am on 8th September 1888, Mrs Elizabeth Long turned out of Brick Lane and began walking along Hanbury Street. As she passed the doorway of number 29 she noticed a man and a woman talking together on the pavement outside its front door. The woman was facing her and later, when taken to see Annie Chapman’s body at the mortuary, she was emphatic that the woman she had see was Annie Chapman.
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