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Monthly Archives: October 2016
Today is Halloween. Remember the drill—keep your cats inside; safe from harm and fear. If you have a scaredy cat, like we do, make sure she can hide someplace away from the sounds of the doorbell and trick-or-treaters. If you … Continue reading
Some of us celebrate cats every day of the year. Our cats demand that we do, right? We take care of and spoil our one, two, or a handful of cats. As with every worthwhile endeavor, there are a few … Continue reading
I love the cats I currently live with and I have loved many who came before them. I also enjoy photography. Today I’m sharing some of my favorite shots of cats.
Do you remember Gumby—the little green rubber guy you could bend into all sorts of shapes? (I just did a little research and discovered that Gumby was a clay figure—he has quite a history, check it out here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gumby Anyway, … Continue reading
I couldn’t resist—there are so many wonderful quotes depicting the cat and I decided to share more of them today: “I love them, they are so nice and selfish. Dogs are TOO good and unselfish. They make me feel uncomfortable. … Continue reading
Do you remember being told how much easier life would be in the amazing age of technology? Oh yes, Technology would make life easier—give us more personal time. Yeah, right! (I say sarcastically.) Now we have hundreds of channels on … Continue reading
Today I want to share a site featuring some interesting stories about cats who get themselves in pickles—packed in shipping crates, for example. Here you’ll get a peek at the fastest cat, learn about cat burglars (like Rags in my … Continue reading
Earlier this month, we featured feral cats in this blog. I want to add more to that topic today. The official National Feral Cat Day was October 16. Alley Cat Allies established National Feral Cat Day in 2001 in order … Continue reading
Ever heard of a moggie? You may see this term when you visit cat-related sites originating abroad. The term is widely used in the UK as an affectionate expression for a cat without a pedigree. Kind of cute, isn’t it? … Continue reading
Meow, there. It’s Sneaky from the Cobble Cove mysteries dropping in to visit my friends at Catscapades. I recently interviewed Rags from the great Klepto Cat series for my new blog at https://sneakylibrarycat.wordpress.com/. I am still on the prowl for … Continue reading