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Charlie Brown, a Persian Cat

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This is Charlie Brown patrolling the boundaries.

Charlie Brown, originally Champagne Charlie because of the colour of his fur, won his name by showing traits of a whole mix of “Peanuts” characters.

A lost and lonely young cat, suffering from matted fur and a skin complaint, Charlie charmed Yvonne and Lidy into taking him home, where he has grown fatter and more confident as the days and years have passed. Now he owns the house and the garden, and immediately lays claim to any new piece of furniture or fabric. He is not, though, encouraged to walk on Lidy's keyboard.


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