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I've had my iPhone for 18 months now, and for most of that time it's been the best camera I've had to hand – so I've taken thousands of photos. Most of them never left the phone, but now that I'm about to take a screwdriver to it (busted headphone jack) I thought I'd rifle through and see if there's anything worth saving.
Perhaps unsurprisingly: lots of cat photos. And so, here's 18 months in (mostly) cat-snaps.
First up, Ralph, clearly puzzled by the shiny new gadget being shoved in his face:
Shortly after getting the phone, I was off to Kyoto and Hiroshima – Ralph helped to pack:
.. but I left the new phone at home. On my return, Hunter was just puffing around being cute.
Next up, lots of photos of Helen and I packing. The cats helped out by snoozing on the boxes:
.. then came the terrifying day of moving house:
.. and further terror in our new place.
They didn't come out for a day. Suddenly, though, a Ralph appeared:
.. and a furball:
.. it took a while before they could deal with the concept of two floors, though.
So, yeah, the election. Urgh. But there was one shining beacon of hope and joy: the first ever Hither Green CatPoll. We opened the custom-designed polling station at 10pm:
And there was an early showing of interest from the electorate:
As the evening dragged on, though, voter apathy struck. Ralph fell asleep in the kitchen sink, while Hunter couldn't quite bring himself to decide:
But eventually, after some encouragement to enter the booth, Hunter cast the deciding vote at around 1am:
He predicted a hung parliament, and his prediction was proved 100 per cent accurate at around 10.30am on the 7th. Given that we may see another election sooner rather than later, broadcasters interested in using this new polling technology are invited to get in touch; prices are reasonable and payment can be made in fish.