Cats in the United Kingdom are officially on Her Majesty's Service. The fluffy employees are called upon to hunt mice at the Buckingham Palace, thus they are deserving considered to be royal animals.
In 1880, the King of Siam gave two pairs of Siamese cats to the English Consul-General in Bangkok. He brought them home to England where they soon became the talk of the town. Their appeal snowballed as people longed to possess one of these attractive “Oriental” felines.
Collect all members of The Royal Cats family!