Katz Tales: Feline masterminds at work, using stealth, audacity and cunning

(From left) Tic Tac and Inkie, raiders of the storeroom cupboard. Photos: Ellen Whyte

Two weeks ago, Target, Tic Tac and Inkie received a parcel in the post. Much to their delight, a kind friend had sent them a stack of treats, biscuits and gourmet food.

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