LONCats: The Top 10 Cats Of London

Just like people, cats can be heroes, eccentrics, objects of affection, or anonymous. Some are works of art; others are memorialized in art, like Hodge.
Samuel Johnson’s beloved pet can be found immortalised in bronze outside the great lexicographer’s house in Gough Square. The good doctor would make special trips to buy oysters for the beast, and the modern likeness of Hodge stands beside a pair of empty oyster shells, revelling in the inscription “A very fine cat indeed”.

Read about the top ten cats of London at Londonist. Link -via Nag on the Lake

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