Barry the cat

Most Bengal cats have type A blood according to a study held in the UK

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Most Bengal cats have type A blood according to a study held in the UK

Vital Stats

  • Who or what makes you laugh until it hurts?
    Dogs on leads.
  • What would your superpower be?
    The ability to use a human toilet.
  • What's the nicest thing anyone ever said to you?
    If you take your claws out of my leg I will give you some more sardines
  • What's the most embarrassing thing that ever happened to you?
    I don't talk about that.
  • What's your mantra?
    Will work for squid.

Barry is the Laughology Bengal cat. He suffers from attention deficit disorder and enjoys breaking things and eating flies. He is not particularly clever but makes up for this with oodles of neurosis and psychosis.

He is sometimes allowed in the garden but can’t be trusted to play nicely with the other animals. His skills include scratching, biting, climbing things and sleeping. He is custodian of the Laughology foam stress busters and guards them jealously. He is also the subject of the bestselling memoir A Tale of Kitties (the best book ever written about cats not named Bob) and has appeared many times in the national press. In 2017 he entered the cat equivalent of Crufts and came last out of over 200 competitors. He does not like to talk about this and frankly embarrassed everyone.

He is working on his anger issues and, like most cats, remains coldly detached. If Laughology died in a locked room with him, he would eat our face within a week.

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