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It must be so amazing to find almond milk in such a diverse range of coffee shops! I haven’t found a single one up here. London and the South in general just caters to vegans in particular so much better than the region where I live…which is pretty backward and not exactly forward thinking when it comes to any diet beyond the stereotypical junk food crap.
You might not know Olly Oliver the six-year-old cat but a lot of grocery shoppers do. Back in November, Olly decided he wanted to hang out at a local grocery store in Brockley, south London, but was removed by security right away.
From a public toilet turned sandwich shop to a cat café for feline lovers, Londoners are getting an interesting mix of choices for getting their caffeine and animal fix.Lucky catKaspar is a longtime resident of the Savoy Hotel on the Strand. Kaspar also hails from the 1920s, when he was carved by designer Basil Ionides. Sleek, black and 3 feet tall, the wooden cat sits inside a display case opposite the gift shop.Well, Olly’s back and he ain’t going nowhere! Londoners spotted the rebellious cat perched on a Sainsbury’s shelf just this past week and while it’d be cute to have a cat in the store, this particular cat likes to judge people as they shop.He's particularly effective at making shoppers think twice about eating junk food.
London animal of the week: The badass cat in Brockley Sainsbury'sKaspar is a longtime resident of the Savoy Hotel on the Strand. Kaspar also hails from the 1920s, when he was carved by designer Basil Ionides. Sleek, black and 3 feet tall, the wooden cat sits inside a display case opposite the gift shop.After travelling the world inking his bold designs, including the now famous cat tattoo, Liam Sparkes has returned to roost in East London and set up his own shop. We…