A homeless cat with an unsettling resemblance to LENIN is looking for private property

A homeless cat with an unsettling resemblance to LENIN is looking for private property

The fight of the purr-letariat! A homeless cat with an unsettling resemblance to LENIN is looking for private property

  • Three-year-old Pavlova, a former homeless woman, was taken away by Roszdravnadzor in January.
  • Her fur has a mustache pattern reminiscent of Vladimir Lenin’s goatee.
  • Charity workers now say the mustachioed mogi is best suited for an “adults-only, quiet home with no other pets,” ideally with a small amount of open space.

A black and white cat that looks like communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin due to its distinctive goatee pattern on its fur is now looking for a new home after being abandoned.

Three-year-old Pavlova, formerly homeless, was picked up by the RSPCA’s North West and South Hertfordshire chapter in Middlesex in January.

The family fed her and even made her a wooden box hideout where she could sleep at Christmas, but donated her to a charity late last month after learning she had been abandoned by their neighbors.

Pavlova spent “hours” in the family garden and was “so hungry she licked her plate clean” when they went out to feed her, the RSPCA said.

Charity workers now say the mustachioed mogi is best suited for an “quiet adults-only home with no other pets,” ideally with little space to explore.

They hope that Pavlova’s showy mustache, similar in style to the goatee of Bolshevik politician Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as “Lenin”, will give her an edge in her search for a permanent home.

Three-year-old Pavlova, formerly homeless, was adopted by the RSPCA's North West and South Hertfordshire chapter in Middlesex in January.

Three-year-old Pavlova, formerly homeless, was adopted by the RSPCA’s North West and South Hertfordshire chapter in Middlesex in January.

Likeness: Vladimir Lenin.  The comparison to the former Soviet leader is not just about looks, as Pavlova is known to be quite

Likeness: Vladimir Lenin. The comparison to the former Soviet leader is not just about looks, as Pavlova is known to be quite “nervous” and will “hiss” at charitable workers – perhaps she can be compared to Lenin, who was known for his short temper and suffered a number of blows. perhaps due to the pressure of trying to transform tsarist Russia into a socialist paradise

Benefactors hope that Pavlova's showy mustache, similar in style to the goatee worn by Bolshevik politician Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin, will help her find her forever home.

Benefactors hope that Pavlova’s showy mustache, similar in style to the goatee worn by Bolshevik politician Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin, will help her find her forever home.

The resemblance to the former Soviet leader is not only in appearance, as she is known to be quite “nervous” and “hisses” at charitable workers – perhaps comparable to Lenin, who was known for his short temper and suffered a number of blows, possibly due to the pressure of trying to transform tsarist Russia into a socialist paradise.

Animal Welfare Officer Tracey Diemer said of Pavolva: “She was very timid when she arrived and she needs some time to get used to us and the kennel.

“She is a really beautiful cat, but she needs a special home with owners who used to take care of scared cats.

“Pavlova is very bright, she has the most beautiful black and white coat, gorgeous markings and the most incredible mouse and goat ears!

“We hope that her beautiful face will help her to have a wonderful fur house!”

Pavlova loves other cats, but ideally she wants a quiet adults-only home with no other pets.

Miss Deamer said: “She needs a quiet home as she gets very nervous and sometimes hisses at us when we come over.”

“We really want this gorgeous girl to get the chance she deserves, and we hope that over time she will become more confident and a wonderful companion for someone who will be happy to give her the time and space she needs.”

The former owners of Pavlova left, and she often began to visit the garden of a neighboring family who had a cat.

The former owners of Pavlova left, and she often began to visit the garden of a neighboring family who had a cat.

Pavlova sat for hours in their garden until eventually she was given some food, at which point the neighbor realized she had been abandoned.

Pavlova sat for hours in their garden until eventually she was given some food, at which point the neighbor realized she had been abandoned.

Pavlova’s former owners left, and she often visited the garden of a neighboring family who had a cat.

Pavlova sat for hours in their garden until eventually she was given some food, at which point the neighbor realized she had been abandoned.

“Pavlova was so hungry at that moment that she licked her plate clean,” the RSPCA said in a Facebook post.

“From that day on, she also began to sleep in a wooden box in the garden.”

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