Abbotsford cat account @remy.the.rex has developed an impressive following on Instagram.

Abbotsford cat account @remy.the.rex has developed an impressive following on Instagram.

Abbotsford pets of Instagram: Remy the Rex

Learn more about Abbotsford’s most popular cat on Instagram

This is part four of an ongoing feature on Abbotsford pets with remarkable followings on Instagram. If you have a pet that you feel should be featured, send an email to sports@abbynews.com.

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you've YEE'D your last HAW

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Account name: @remy.the.rex

Animal type: Cat

Followers: 1,155

Posts: 62

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Sound up for a purrtastic friday🥰🎧

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Q: When did you get your pet?

A: Remy was born on March 16th 2019, in Regina Saskatchewan. I was looking for a cat just like him because he is hypoallergenic, and I am very allergic to cats. He flew into Vancouver airport on June 21st and I picked him up!

Q: Why did you decide to start the Instagram account?

A: A couple days after I got Remy, I decided I wanted an account to keep the pictures I take of him all in one place. He got quite a few followers in a week or so, so I decided to document moments in his life for people to see!

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Somebody come claim their babushka!😂

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Q: What do you think makes the account so popular?

A: Remy is a Devon Rex cat, which isn’t a popular cat around here. He has a quirky alien-like face, and some of his expressions make for good captions! I think people love to watch him grow and see what he’s up to!

Q: What do you want to achieve with the account?

A: I want to spread joy and laughter with this account as Remy is always up to something interesting! Would love to meet other cat lovers and possibly other Devon rex owners!

Q: What is your favourite part of running the account?

A: I love to see the positive feedback he receives under his photos, and I love capturing his life and his antics. We are always finding new ways to make people smile.

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staring into your soul!!!

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