by Bharat Balaraman

Its a very playfull cat...runs around the house all the time

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May 05, 2011
Haha - love the bath pic!
by: Karen

Cute photos! And a beautiful cat! I am sure keeping a white cat that clean means you have to bathe her quite often.


May 05, 2011
Of course!
by: Leena

I wondered where I had seen that look before - the cat in Shrek! You are so right LOL :D

The look in those eyes is not quite "Me like you no more", but getting there...


May 05, 2011
by: Anonymous

romie is 6 years old nd still runs arnd da entire house chasing imaginary creatures i guess :)
nd da last pic in which she is gettin a shower looks like da cat in animation movie shrek....nd dat makes it ma fav pic

May 04, 2011
by: Anke

that last photo is hilarious , we used to give our cats a bath for show but although they love to play with water a bath really is unacceptable . The look on Romie's face is so funny .

May 04, 2011
by: Leena

The picture of Romie inside the bag made me laugh. Just guess how many times our cats have decidedly sat in the middle of bags we were about to pack (well, they are two Abys and a Somali, but still - sooo typical of cats)...

Thank you for sharing these pictures of beautiful ROmie :)

I wonder how old Romie is?

Leena :)

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This book travels with the King Tut - Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition on his world tour of ten cities from March 2018 onwards

Tutankhamun: In My Own Hieroglyphs tells the story, for older children, of the life and afterlife of the famous young pharaoh in his own words. Tutankhamun tells us about the trouble he got into as a child in Akhenaten's palace in the new city of Akhetaten, and how he became a boy pharaoh. As we learn, his life changed a lot when he died as a teenager, and long years of boredom started in his tomb with only his pet monkey Fingers and his treasure for company. He did meet some of the Egyptian gods, of course, and had fun scaring off tomb robbers, but it was mostly rather dull. Then one day, some new and strange people, including a Mr. Howard Carter, arrived and began to take all the treasures out of his royal tomb. Fortunately, through the eyes of his beautiful golden mask, Tutankhamun, could have fun again traveling around the world

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