The Dovey Inn is the principle pub in the picturesque port town of Aberdyfi. Aberdyfi itself is probably one of the most well-known seaside resorts in the UK, so it is no wonder that English holiday makers flock to The Dovey Inn as cats would to catnip.
|The Dovey Inn|
In addition to being a highly frequented drinking hole, it is a restaurant, a hotel, the perfect vantage point for views over the estuary, and also home to...
... a very old, fat and rather weatherworn cat.
No one really knows when the cat came to live at the Dovey Inn, but he has been there for years, making his presence known by habitually dozing smack dab in the middle of the small intersection behind the inn, one of the only routes in Aberdyfi that people can use to drive up to their hillside bungalows.
|I ownz this interaction, people!|
He pays no heed to cars, however, so more often than not, people have to carefully drive around him, or find another way of reaching their destination.
As Sarah Thompson rightly said,
|The Dovey Cat meets Heather the Cat Lady|