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I have heard that your favorite domesticated animals are cats. So I was wondering, do you have a favorite wild animal as well?
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I have a tender spot for badgers because I have always wanted to play Badger in "Wind in the Willows". I am too big to play Mole, though I like moles a lot, even though they dig up our lawn, and Rat is adorable too. Most people can't abide rats. I don't want to say "Wind in the Willows" is the only book I have ever read but it's a favourite. "Alice in Wonderland" is another and so is the Bible. I'd like to have played the snake in the grass in the Garden of Eden, but I fear Eve would have laughed and Adam would have woken up and the whole of history might have been different; but that's another story.
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