Category Archives: Famous Cats

Thoughts for Thursday – Meet the New Grumpy Cat

It appears there are a few cats in the running to take the beloved Grumpy Cat’s place since his passing. One lives in Austin, TX. Louis is a pure-bred Persian with quite an unpleasant look on his face, but his … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday – There’s a New Grumpy Cat in Town

Have you met Louis of Austin? He may become the newest grumpy-face cat. Here is a good introduction of Louis of Austin. https://www.boredpanda.com/permanently-angry-new-grumpy-cat-louis/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic And then there’s the saddest cat on the Internet—Meowlancholy from Beijing. What a cutie. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/5761447/grumpy-cat-lookalike-lulu-instagram-126000-followers/ Sixteen of … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday—Influential Cats

If you have a cat, you know how influential they can be. Some of them influence you to play more and laugh more while others might be the reason you relax more often. I’ve had cats persuade me to adopt … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday – Cats on Stage

Are you one of the over 73 million people who have seen Cats the musical? I had the opportunity to see it in Santa Barbara, California. What a thrill. I thought you might like to know something about the back-story … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday – Profile of a Storybook Cat

Most of you reading this blog have met Rags (aka Ragsdale), the starring cat in the Klepto Cat Mystery series. Did you know that the storybook Rags is patterned partly after my mother’s cat, Smokey and partly after my little … Continue reading

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Bring Your Best Game Thursday—More Famous Storybook and Movie Star Cats

Did my post of May 11, 2016 get you to thinking about the cats you remember in cartoons, children’s stories, fables, movies, literature? Here are a few you might not have thought of. The Cheshire cat (Alice in Wonderland) Garfield … Continue reading

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