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Pingva, the Pavilion Hall. An elderly cat robed in austere black-and-white, descended from palace stock. This cat was born to guard the Hermitage. The modest, sombre black-and-white livery is evidence of her aristocratic roots. She shuns feline company in favor of solitude, preferring to live apart from her fellows in the cattery.
Gauguin, Palace Square, the General Staff building. This brightly colored cat seems to have sprung from a canvas by the French painter himself. Life’s travails have developed in him the most extraordinary skills. Gauguin knows only too well where the provisions are stocked and how to get them, using his ability to open (and close!) any door.