We’re about to brighten your day by giving you an excess of sweetness. Are you all set? Meet Herbee the hedgehog and Audree the Bengal kitty, who enliven our lives with their sweet relationship and amusing antics.
They’re both members of Mr. Pokee’s clan. Their owner, Talitha Girnus of Germany, updated her social media profiles frequently, and they are quite popular online. In fact, they already have more than 1.8 million Instagram followers, up 300k from half a year ago.
Despite the fact that Herbee is a little hedgehog and Audree is a cat, the two have grown inextricably linked. As they all embark on charming trips together, Talitha photographs images of them against stunning scenery. I’m not going to lie: their photographs inspire me to pack a suitcase and explore the world like they do (after the lockdown ends, of course).
“Audree was adopted a few months after I adopted Herbee from a female who couldn’t maintain him due to serious allergic reactions. When I obtained her, she was three months old and had already been saved for someone who wanted to breed with her. “However, two days before I phoned, the lady canceled on her,” Talitha explained.
“Having a cat has always been a goal of mine, and Bengals get along nicely with other pets.” I wanted a particular cat who would accompany me on experiences and travels, thus I didn’t have much of an option in terms of breed. “Then one night I had a dream that I had a Bengal cat that I was taking on excursions with, and we became the closest friends ever,” she explained.
“I felt sorry when I awoke and discovered it was all a dream.” But after a few seconds, I recognized that this was not a dream that couldn’t come true. As a result, I began to Google. Audree was the first cat I came across, and I recognized her right away. I felt like it was meant to be when I contacted the lady and she gave me the story. Audree has three brothers, whereas I have two. They used to play like crazy, and she would stand right next to them, a little shy and simply watch. Just as I was when I was a kid.”