George the Hypnocat goes global
George looks resplendent in his fawn and white coat - every inch the TV star that he now is. My magnificent moggie appeared on Monday's show to prove that any person, or indeed any animal can become a registered hypnotherapist with no qualifications whatsoever.
One group has invited him to be a guest speaker in the USA. Some groups have been discussing the genuine ability (or not) of cats to hypnotise. It's best summed by this quote:
"Obviously cats are masters of hypnotism. Next time you're changing the litter box, take a moment to ask yourself who is shovelling whose (poop) and why?"
He seems quite proud of all the certificates he has received from numerous professional bodies proclaiming his ability to put people under his spell.
When making our film George behaved immaculately. He patiently kept his mark in the spotlight, maintained poses to ensure accurate continuity - unlike certain scenes I could mention in Harry Potter movies - and never once did he forget his lines (lots of meowing and purring).
But since the film aired his new found fame appears to have gone to his head.
As you can see there was a time he was only too happy to snuggle up with his tabby housemate Henry, who is now forced to sleep in another room. Where once a typical cat food would suffice, now George turns his nose up at anything less than fresh prawns.
If only I knew a reliable hypnotherapist I could snap him out of it!