Fingers crossed there won’t be any more cat-astrophes

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My feline furball Tao has been driving me to distraction.

Bengal cats are notoriously full of naughtiness and are renowned mischief-makers.

Recently the mini-tiger terrorist was chasing Aurora, my more serene cat, and ran straight through the blind cords and near-on strangled himself.

If it hadn’t been for my lightning reflexes, he wouldn’t still be here to tell the tale.

I’ve now had to cut the loops, but I feel I must emphasise the potential dangers of such cords, especially if you have small children and animals.

A few days later Tao somehow shut his tail in the shower room door and it was mum to the rescue again.

Fingers crossed there won’t be any more cat-astrophes!