After Suad drove away with the Underground I decided to check out the Covent Garden Market, as some people we were asking about Neil’s Yard said it’s a worth see place. On the way to there I was stunned by the magnificence and elegance of one almost church-like building I saw behind the corner. It is The Freemasons main England headquarters . . i was truly amazed, but this is a topic for the next post already.
I booked a free guided tour at the Freemasons building and hurried to find the market. On the way I meet this guy, whose cat is giving him Hi-5’s 😉
Really cute and astonishing, to train a cat in this way.
I filmed it and the guy said: “Guys, if your taking pictures, put some coins in the hat. It’s good for your Karma.” Kind of nice saying. And people really gave a lot of Karma 😉 I did too and rolled him a cigarette.
I checked for more on Street Cat Named Bob on Youtube and discovered he wrote a book. This is what the Street Cat Named Bob Book comment says:
The book which tells the moving, uplifiting true story of an unlikely friendship between a man on the streets and the ginger cat who adopts him and helps him heal his life.
It looked as if they really get along well. But this much . . . is truly touching. Inter-species friendship bond.
The Covent Garden Picture Gallery…