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Interview with Stitch and Tiger Tim

Stitch the dog.

Tiger Tim the cat.

What’s your favourite pizza topping?
Tiger Tim – I’m quite partial to sardines and mouse tails. I’m not that keen on the olives or pineapple. And I do prefer that it comes on a silver tray.
Stitch – I’m a thick crust dog myself. I like a bit of meat but don’t give me any of that pepperoni.

What do you want to be doing in five years?
Tiger Tim – Sleeping and kneading comfortable spots to sleep.
Stitch – I reckon I will have caught the ute out the back by then. I’m getting closer.

What’s one of your earliest memories?
Tiger Tim – the back of my eyelids.
Stitch – Ebony, balls and toys.

If you could pick one thing you’d change in the world, what would it be?
Tiger Tim – the length of my pats.
Stitch – I’d remove all fences and just have sheep.

What’s your most public secret?
Tiger Tim – I’m human.
Stitch – I’m actually a dog.

Do you think climate change is real?
Tiger Tim – what a silly question.
Stitch – I just want to weep.

What’s the best present you’ve been given?
Tiger Tim – A squeakless toy.
Stitch – I do love a squeaky toy but Ebony takes all the squeaks out.

What’s your favourite Tasmanian animal?
Tiger Tim – me.
Stitch – those big noisy things on wheels.

What’s it like working in the horticultural industry in Tasmania?
Tiger Tim – I’m a gentry cat, a cat of leisure. I wouldn’t soil my paws mucking about in the dirt.
Stitch – I’ve been pensioned off myself, due to my laryngeal palsy.

What’s something that you find annoying?
Tiger Tim – having uncontrollable company in my space.
Stitch – Ebony getting to all the tidbits before me.

What do you like to do with blueberries?
Tiger Tim – blue who?
Stitch – I do eat blueberries but prefer almonds and cashews.