Molly is known throughout Moseley for never moving from her doorstep. This would probably indicate that she isn’t too agile. Or she’s lazy. Either way she isn’t going to do very well in this section.
Health & Vitality – 7/10
There is certainly nothing dropping off her so we consider her to be a picture of health. All the other cats seem to like her which is generally a sign of being a healthy cat.
Home invasion – 5/10
As stated previously Molly doesn’t venture far so is very unlikely to come round to see you. Having said that she has a good relationship with her neighbours and has been known to pop round for tea. Not so much an invader, more of a visitor. We suppose that means she is polite.
Meow – 8/10
If you stop to talk to her she reciprocates. She has a full bodied meow that belies her diminutive stature and certainly gives her credibility.
Fighting Ability – 2/10
This just isn’t going to happen. We doubt Molly has ever been in a fight but we reckon she has caused a few if you know what we mean.
Overall cuteness – 8/10
Very cute. Tiny but cute. If you needed to keep a cat in your pocket to surprise people with then we would recommend Molly.
Friendliness – 9/10
Molly is very very friendly. Everyone knows her name and pretty well everyone stops to have a chat with her. She is a little wary at first but once she gets to know you she’ll be your friend for life. If cats were on Facebook she’d probably get in touch with you after a couple of years to see how you are. She is also very popular with lots of other cats.
Dignity – 6/10
Molly has a surprising air of dignity given how small she is. She has pretty well made her wall her own and it is noteworthy that cats and humans alike respect this.
Intelligence – 2/10
She just sits on a wall. It’s not very clever. She also doesn’t seem to have the good sense to go inside when it is raining.
Remaining lives – 4/10
We doubt Molly knows what danger is.
If Molly moved a little more she would have the makings of one Moseley’s best cats. There is room for improvement and we will continue to monitor her situation.
Doesn’t it piss you off when you are sitting in a pub telling people about a cracking cat you met that there isn’t an objective standard to gauge how good it is against another cat? People can rate hurricanes but not cats. That’s ridiculous, I see loads more cats than hurricanes. I intend to redress this imbalance by making a universal standard of cats.
Many people ask if this site is restricted to just cats from a particular post code. It isn’t, cats don’t respect post codes, they don’t send letters.