A cute pet name stoke controversy in a small town in northern Scotland.
The local newspaper has been using the name of the cat named St. Pete’s Hospital since 1874.
St. Peter’s Hospital is now the official name of St. Peters Medical Centre in Stirling.
Pete’s Hospital cat is one of several, including St. Paul’s Hospital, St. John’s Hospital and St. Andrews Hospital, that are now officially named.
St Pete’s has also been known as St. Stephen’s Hospital in Edinburgh.
The cat’s name is a portmanteau of the names of the two cities.
In fact, the city of Stirling has its own St.
But despite the name, the cat is not a patient of St Paul’s.
It is an employee of the St. Martin’s Hospital on the Isle of Skye.
The Scottish Government is not happy with the name.
They have threatened to sue St. Petersburg in a bid to stop the cat from being named St Pete.
They are calling the cat St.
The council said that St. Pete’s is a common name for cats and that it is not an official hospital name.
But the name stuck.
So what’s the origin of the name?
Peter was originally an animal in the Roman tradition, the Roman name of Jesus.
The name of Saint Peter, however, came from the Hebrew word, Peter, meaning a disciple.
It meant the same as St Stephen’s or St Paul.
The original name was derived from the fact that it was believed that St Peter was the son of God.
According to tradition, St Peter, like St. George, was also the son and grandson of Jesus Christ.
It has also since been suggested that the name is related to the name St. Mary Magdalene, a female martyr.
It’s also known as the Holy Grail, a reference to the holy Grail in Norse mythology.
It was also known to be a popular name for dogs in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The modern name was coined by a French scientist in 1877.
The first English translation of the word for cat in English is The Stable Stable.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines St.
Peter as a female cat with a reddish brown coat and blue eyes.
It had been known in English as St,Peter since at least 1871.
The breed was given its name by a Russian physician named L. Stankov, who named his cat St.,St. Pete, in 1891.
According a press release, the name became popular in Scotland in the 1960s and 1970s.
It came into widespread use in Scotland after it was adopted by St. Michael’s Hospice in 1876.
A small town of around 200 people, St Pete is the only cat hospital in Scotland that caters for all breeds.
The town has a cat hospital, cat cafe, and a cat walk.
St Peter is one-third of the staff.
But St. Petes popularity also goes beyond the cat hospital.
It also has an animal clinic and pet shop, a cat nursery and a dog park.
The city has its first cat-themed restaurant, St Pete and Sons, which is open daily from 5.30am to 11.30pm.
St Peter’s has an annual parade, and there is also a pet parade in St. Catherine’s Park.
The hospital cat cafe is known for its vegan menu, and cat owners have a free cat adoption class on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
But it’s not just the hospital’s staff who have been adopting St Pete as their pets.
The owners of a local pub, St Patricks, also adopt St Pete for their animals.
The owner, Jim, told the Scottish Daily Mail: “I have St Pete in my house, and I’ve got three cats, one of which I’ve had for a year.
It makes me feel really good.
I’ve also got a puppy that I think is a real fussy dog, but I like to let her play around in the garden.
I think she’ll be a great addition to any home. “
I think she’s a lovely cat.
I think she’ll be a great addition to any home.
She looks like a beautiful fennec cat, but you don’t have to go crazy with her.”
St Pete is also an animal welfare charity.
It helps animals with issues ranging from abuse and neglect, to food, litter and veterinary care.
St Petes staff are also passionate about the animals they work with.
“The staff are really good about how they treat their animals,” said John, a St Pete staff member.
“They’re really nice, and very caring and really caring about their animals.”
The St Pete Foundation, which has a £5 million annual budget, also works to help animals in need.
The foundation was set up in 2001 to help