Owning a home in Auckland Central is no easy feat when housing prices have shot up to sky high records. Yet, our little biscuit, our beloved feline friend, Governor Grey, showed us that the key to home ownership was simple.
Grey resides inside a basic log cabin hidden under a majestic tree with low hanging branches near the iconic heritage landmark, the Clocktower. In Governor Grey’s past life, she* was a man and her home was burnt down in a fire. Grey has learnt some valuable lessons since.
Grey tells us that the key to home ownership is this: your house need not windows, for windows make a house expensive.
However, Grey understood the importance of sunlight for the absorption of bone strengthening minerals, regulation of the circadian rhythm, and for general wellbeing. Grey spends most of her days outdoors “running important errands”, although she would not disclose what these involved.
It is not known whether or not Governor Grey is an enrolled student at the University of Auckland, but based on her home ownership status and the amount of time spent outside, it is unlikely.
Grey has been attending “open homes” since she was six months old. She says that you should not be too focussed on ornate features, but on the basics, such as the location of the cat treats. “If my home floods, I use my pretty privilege to seduce my neighbours and they not only let me stay with them, but I can also use their appliances”.
“And finally, location, location, location”, Grey emphasised. “It’s only practical to live a few strides away from the nearest Craccum distribution box”.
*Governor Grey has prominent nipples, idk