Growing up, a cat grew up

Growing up in the mid-2000s, it was not uncommon for a cat to be caught with a straw in its mouth.

However, this was not the case for the pet owner who was growing up in Scotland in the 1970s and 1980s.

Bates was one of these children, who grew up with her parents in a remote part of Scotland.

“My parents used to give me a straw to chew when I was very young,” Bates explained.

The straw came with a name for a plant, which Bates used to identify it.

She also had a favourite colour, which she said she picked out by rubbing her paws together.

“When I was a kid, I used to go on a picnic, which is the time when you were getting all the colours,” she said.

When she was in her teens, Bates was studying at the University of Aberdeen, and she began to have more interests.

“[I] got into playing the drums and stuff.

That was pretty much my life.”

I was working as a dancer, so I would do a lot of gigs, and I would have parties and everything.

I was really into fashion, which was something I really enjoyed doing.

Eventually, I realised that I could go to university and study art.

“That was really a huge thing for me because it was something that I really loved to do.

There was a period where I was living in the countryside in Scotland, and then I came across this cat, and it just became like my life changed forever.”

Bays started to have a taste of success when she moved to London in 1989.

It was during this time that she met her future husband, Gary.

Gary was an art director at a fashion house, and he was fascinated by the idea of growing a cat.

“Gary and I met in the middle, and we met at a party in London and we went and bought a cat and it was a real treat,” Bates said.

“We just couldn’t wait to go home and we would have the cat.”

After being given a choice between a kitten and a cat, Bates said she chose the cat.

After about six months, she said that she was looking forward to having her own cat, which eventually became a six-year-old black cat named Rosie.

They named her Rosie after the famous song, and they kept the cat as a pet for the next six years.

But despite growing up with a cat named after their favourite singer, Bates didn’t feel at home with the cat for much longer.

In 1999, she moved into her current home, which had been a shed in the garden.

While she was still in her twenties, Bates decided that she wanted to move out of the house, but decided to keep the cat at home as well.

Now, the cat is well known in her home, and is now featured on the TV show, Rosie and the Chihuahua, which has been picked up by ITV.

According to Bates, she has been living with the pet for eight years.

“Rosie is a very, very sweet, playful cat, she’s really affectionate, she doesn’t want to be hurt,” Bates told the Today programme.

Despite her love for the cat, there is one thing that Bates feels is not fair with her new home.

“It’s not fair that I have to pay for Rosie’s surgery,” she explained.

“She has had two surgeries already.

Rosie’s not a cat like the rest of us.

She’s a real cat, not a dog.”

She said that while she has not experienced cat attacks, she was very upset with the decision she made to keep Rosie as a house pet.

Her partner said that he also had to deal with her cat not being a cat anymore.

“There’s not really anything you can do about it.

It’s just been her life.

It has become her home,” he said.

 “I have a family, and if I want to keep her, I have a choice.”

When asked about the current trend in cat adoption, Bates expressed her excitement.

And she believes that cat lovers around the world will be happy to see her cat in a new home in the future.

For more information, check out the Rosie & The Chihuahuas website: