Apparently Mr. Biggles, who is 2 years old, also “does not like to be thwarted”.
Mr Biggles, who also goes by the name Lord Bigglesworth, is a two-year-old short-haired domestic cat with “slinky shiny black fur and big yellow eyes”.
The introduction really says it all.
Then there’s “Mr. Biggles, utter bastard of a cat”.
Mr. Biggles is not to be messed with.
Mr Biggles even has his own website, which updates fans on his testy behaviour.
Look at those friendly eyes.
Be warned, this cat is not for the inexperienced or faint hearted. He throws a catty tantrum if he can’t go outside when he wants to be let out (and he wasn’t allowed outside for the first couple of weeks at his carers house so there was a few tantrums!).
The group noted Mr. Biggles does play well with kittens, and is accepting of limited affection – “if he’s feeling mellow” – but the listing cautions that “Lord Bigglesworth believes he was put on this earth to be decorative and be worshipped by his human slaves!”
Lord Bigglesworth will likely nip you from time to time, but only because you have failed to please him.
He is also relatively chatty and will respond if you talk to him, staff said. He snores a little when he sleeps and loves to supervise the gardening, Brett wrote. And he is capable of playing with a dog without drawing blood.
While described as a “full blooded tomcat”, Mr Biggles has been desexed.
She told Huffington Post that despite attracting a lot of attention, Mr Biggles still remains without a permanent home.
‘He will make the right person an exceptional feline companion for life, because when he gives his heart it will be absolutely and fully given without return.
Should you prove yourself worthy, Lord Bigglesworth may let his guard down and gift you the kind of close privileges long enjoyed between kings and their valets.