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Wistful at the Windsor Castle

Lucky black pubcat at The Lady Luck

Pickles is a sweet little black kitty who lives in The Lady Luck Bar! He likes to hang out in the bar (even though he's not allowed – when shut upstairs, he just leaps out of the window onto the wall and makes his way back in from the beer garden), and out front in the evenings when it's quieter. He's super friendly and loves to be petted.

Bud

Bud the pubcat at the White Bear likes a good scritch on the head.

Skip-diving

It's amazing what you can find in a skip; The Swan pub found Walpole in the skip during the renovation of the pub in 2012 and named him after the former prime minister who is rumoured to have stayed here. Often found on the roof sunning himself, he peers down on the unwary drinker, passing judgement disdainfully.

Legless

When Cats Protection London (@CatsNorthLondon) tweeted a video of Legz, bouncing about in his newly legless state like it was no big thing, the notorious @kentishtowncats took a break from trolling pigeons to matchmake pub and cat. The now leg-end-ary Legz has taken to his new career like a three-legged pubcat, which is better than you’d think...

Piano Pubcat

Untuned pianos, leaky accordions and bunged up harmonicas are all favoured instruments to the specialised ear of the pubcat.

Box Checker

Timmy The Idle Hour’s pub cat carefully inspects all deliveries that arrive in a cardboard box; thankfully the full shipment of dark hiding places has arrived.

One Eyed Pubcat

Radcliffe wandered into the pub nearly seven years ago and decided it was home for him. He lost an eye two days after we officially adopted him but it doesn't hindrance his hunting skills. He pretty much owns the pub and probably thinks it was named after him!

Picnic Table Pubcat

There was a St Albans Pubcat
Who aspired to become very fat
On the tables he lurked
When his nose it was perked
Buy the pubsnacks that filled a Pubcat

Marauding Pubcat

Don't be fooled by the angelic face, the Birdcage's pubcat is coming for your snacks; with a name like Maraud you can't say you weren't warned.

ma·raud
/məˈrôd/
Verb
1. Roam in search of things to steal: "a marauding pubcat stole my chips".
2. Raid and plunder (a place, and also your plaice).

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