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Meet Lorraine: AAMI's newest furry friend
Before starring as Lorraine, Rosie was adopted from a shelter when he was just a kitten. He? Yes he! Rosie is actually a male and was named by his owner's youngest daughter. Rosie was brought up on an idyllic farm on the Goulburn River with lots of other four-legged friends, including cows, pigs and dogs – not to mention the horse that was used in AAMI’s 2017 Spring Racing campaign.
This kitty was born to do it
A real life cat burglar
Everyone knows that cat burglars are real, but did you know these nimble culprits are sometimes actually cats? Cats are renowned for bringing home presents for their owners, but every now and then these presents belong to their neighbours! For example, check out this real-life klepto kitty on YouTube. Although cute, this little cat thief sneaks in through unsecured ground-floor windows – just like real life burglars – and snatches everything she can carry in her paws. Lorraine is no different, bringing her owner everything from fidget spinners to jewellery, prompting neighbours to take out Contents Insurance. Shame, Lorraine!
AAMI loves animals
If you’re a fan of AAMI’s ads, you would have noticed over the years that we love to feature everyday Aussies and their furry friends. We've worked with a variety of animals over the years to bring our campaigns to life - from llamas to ostriches, swans and ferrets, dogs, seagulls, horses and of course cats! All the while, having lots of fun!
With lots of experience working with animals, we’re committed to animal welfare and ensuring these cute and quirky critters are happy, healthy and always taken care of on set.
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