“Meet Vegas: The Most Devoted Cat in the UK?”

Recognized for their independent and distant behavior, cats are often seen leading separate lives from their owners. However, one unique feline named Vegas breaks this stereotype by eagerly waiting for his owners, Stuart and Robyn Flynn, to return home. This Bengal cat leaves paw prints on their windows as he anxiously peeks out, hoping to catch a glimpse of them coming back. Vegas has become known as Britain’s Neediest Pet, showcasing his deep attachment and affection towards his beloved owners.

Meet the neediest pet in Britain -  Vegas the Bengal cat who leaves paw prints all over his owners' windows as he peeks out to check if they are on their way home

Introducing the most demanding pet in the UK – Vegas the Bengal kitty, known for his habit of leaving paw prints on his owners’ windows while eagerly waiting for their return.

Vegas is so attached to owners Stuart and Robyn Flynn that he pines for them to return home every time they go out, earning him the title of Britain's Neediest Pet

Vegas, a five-year-old cat in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is deeply attached to his owners, Stuart and Robyn Flynn. Whenever they leave home, Vegas eagerly waits for their return, earning him the endearing title of Britain’s Neediest Pet. Photos taken by a friend of the couple show Vegas prowling around the house, looking out for his beloved owners by jumping on windowsills and even peeking out of the bathroom window to get a better view of the street. Mr Flynn, who works in the film industry, shared that Vegas is always on the lookout for him and Robyn, with impeccable timing to greet them at the door when they return from work. The chatty cat meows to his owners upon their arrival, seeming to share tales of his day and eagerly demanding a lap to sit on and a good brushing session.

Vegas even occasionally opens the door to the couple's bathroom to peep out of the window - even lifting the blinds with his paw - to get a better view along the street

Vegas sometimes likes to sneak into the couple’s bathroom and peek out the window, using his paw to lift the blinds for a better view of the street outside.

A friend of the couple, who are both 33, took photos of five-year-old Vegas prowling around their home Belfast, Northern Ireland, jumping on on window ledges in the living room looking out for the couple to return home

A pal of the 33-year-old couple captured five-year-old Vegas exploring their Belfast, Northern Ireland home, playfully leaping onto window sills in the living room as he eagerly awaited the return of his owners.

Mr Flynn said Vegas loves it when he or wife Robyn get home - and promptly demands to sit on one of their laps and be brushed

According to Mr. Flynn, Vegas gets very excited when he or his wife, Robyn, come home. Vegas immediately jumps on their laps and happily accepts a brushing. Stuart mentioned that Vegas is very chatty, as Bengals tend to be. He enjoys a good conversation, along with some pampering and catnip.

They adopted Vegas in 2012 when he was around two years old. The poor cat was found wandering with a broken jaw by local vets. It’s been three years since they brought Vegas home, and they estimate he’s about five years old now.

Stuart expressed his joy in Vegas being chosen as the winner, despite sometimes misbehaving. In second place was Kay Gregory, who shared a photo of her two dogs, Alsation Harry and Labrador Yogi, eagerly waiting for her husband to return home. They know the exact time he arrives and anxiously wait for him at the window after getting attention from Kay.

In second spot was Kay Gregory, 39, from Mablethorpe, Lincs, who sent in a photo of her two dogs, Alsation Harry and labrador Yogi standing on their hind legs waiting for her husband Kyle to return home

Claiming the second spot was Kay Gregory, hailing from Mablethorpe, Lincs, who shared a photo of her two furry friends, Alsation Harry and labrador Yogi, eagerly standing on their hind legs in anticipation of her husband Kyle’s return home. Following closely in third place was Mandy Mason, capturing her mischievous cat Ernie halfway up the net curtain. According to Mandy from Newton Abbot, Devon, Ernie enthusiastically launches himself at the net curtain and claws his way up whenever he catches sight of her arriving home. She humorously mentioned, “Ernie welcomes me like this daily, leaving the net curtain in tatters.” Nicolas Swift, the Managing Director of Direct Blinds, expressed his delight, stating, “Returning home to a warm greeting and catching a glimpse of a cherished pet at the window is truly heartwarming. Our campaign aimed to showcase these moments, and Stuart’s entry exuded a lot of character, bringing a smile to our faces. It seems Stuart will definitely benefit from his new blind, judging from the photo!”

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