Dean of Canterbury with his cat Tiger. Photo: Canterbury Cathedral
This is another example of how a domestic cat can actually improve a person’s presentation on either television or in this case on video. The Dean of Canterbury, Dr Robert Willis, was leading a virtual service at Canterbury Cathedral when his tabby cat, Tiger, decided to join in and use his paw to extricate some milk from a jar on the table next to the Dean. It is very charming. The Dean apologises for acquiring a friend during the service. I don’t think that he needed to. As I said, it is very charming the way it is.
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