The Royal Family has added a new pet to its royal furniture collection, and the new cat isn’t a toy.
The new cat is a gift to its owners, the BBC reports.
It will be available for purchase at the Royal London Zoo from June 25, but the cats won’t be the only things on display.
The pets will be the centerpiece of the zoo’s new exhibition “The Pets,” which will run through June 10.
The zoo has also created a special “toy” cat to take on some of the challenges that visitors face when visiting the zoo, including making it through the night.
The toys come with a variety of toys to teach the cat how to interact with visitors.
The first toy is a toy that lets visitors interact with the animals, such as turning the animal’s head.
The cat can also take a “cat trick” where it will play with the guests by scratching their heads and tail.
It also can take a bite of food, or pick up a piece of food and eat it.
It can also run around and explore, like a dog, the zoo said.
It’s the first time the zoo has created a pet to accompany the zoo.
“It is a special opportunity to celebrate the work the Royal Family does at the zoo and to offer guests a new way to experience the zoo,” the zoo wrote in a statement to ABC News.
The Royal family said the cats will also help “the animals and visitors interact and interact with one another.”
The cats have been created by London-based designer and designer-owner David J. MacKay.
“The Cats are meant to help the animals and guests interact and interaction with one other,” the statement said.
The Cats will be “a gift to the zoo to introduce the guests to the experience of visiting our wonderful zoo,” according to the statement.
The statement also said the pets will also be part of the show “The Dogs,” a show that will run from June 10 to June 18.
“To celebrate the new breed, the Royal family will unveil the new pet, the new toy, and more,” the statements read.
The BBC reported the new cats were inspired by the animals at the Animal Kingdom Animal Sanctuary.
The Animals are a sanctuary that focuses on caring for and protecting the world’s rarest and most intelligent animals, including lions, tigers, leopards, wolves, cheetahs and pandas.
“We were very much inspired by our own life experiences, the animals that we work with, and then how the animals interact and what we can learn from them, and how we could make the same kind of connections,” the Animals director, Julie Tompkins, told ABC News earlier this year.
“There are so many amazing animals that go to the sanctuary, but I think what really resonated for us was how the sanctuary fostered a sense of community, and we wanted to explore the other side of that,” she said.