05:04PM, Tuesday 21 April 2015
Psychic kittens at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Old Windsor are claiming to have the answer to whether the Royal baby will be a boy or a girl.
Almost 70 percent of the new arrivals at its cattery have been female, making it a ‘sure thing’ that William and Kate’s second baby will be a girl, according to the rescue centre.
The centre is inundated with kittens and pregnant cats at this time of year due to the warmer weather.
Six kittens, brought to the centre in Straight Road after being found in a garden shed with their mother Elizabeth, have been named Katherine, William, Harry, Camilla, Beatrice and Eugenie.
Cattery team leader, Christine-Lloyd-Smith, said: “We’ve had a long association with the Royal family and excitement is building here at Battersea Old Windsor about the second royal baby.
“We can’t wait to find out if her baby will be a boy or a girl – our kittens are certainly waiting for their own royal seal of approval.
“We have many kittens in our care, especially over the warmer months, so it will be nice to celebrate the birth with our own new arrivals.”
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