Bob Forrester, Forfar, Scotland, Five-year
All The Very Best.....From Mischief: You may think this is worse than setting the cat among the pigeons - setting it among the dogs. But it's all in a good cause. And if Mischief the Persian cat has an evil glint in her eye, it??s only because she's being used as a dogsbody. Despite her name, she's there to bring out the best in the dogs - to get them used to cats. Then, when the dogs are guiding blind people, they won't go chasing them. Five-year-Old Mischief is an experienced member of the staff at the Princess Alexandra Guide dog Training Centre at Forfar, Scotland. She started work as kitten and has helped train more than 300 guide dogs. Her boss, Bob Forrester, who runs the home, said: It??s important that our dogs don't give cats a second look.?? Mischief does a good job - the dogs don't turn a hair when she's there. February 1973 P006037"
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