Monthly Archives: October 2018

Wild (and Sometimes Crazy) Wednesday — THE WORLDWIDE PHENOMENON OF THE CAT CAFÉ with Mollie Hunt

Cat Café Fact: Traditionally popular in North Asia, cat cafés can now be found in South Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. In Japan, where there are more than two hundred cat cafés, one in particular features black cats only.  … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday – A New Way to Monitor Your Cat’s Health

Have you heard of Pretty Litter? They call it that because it changes colors when your cat uses it. But it’s not designed to add to your décor or become a centerpiece in your home. The color aspect of this … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday – Something Special Coming Up for National Cat Day

Yes, this is National Cat Day and we’re going to celebrate all week. Well, most of us celebrate cats every day of the year. I remember, on Mother’s Day or Father’s Day asking my parents, “Why isn’t there a kid’s … Continue reading

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Frivolous Friday – Cats of No Color

You might have clicked on this link simply to discover what in the heck the title implies. It’s about black cats. Tomorrow (October 27) is National Black Cat Day. This is different from Black Cat Appreciation Day which is August … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday – When Cats Have Something to Say

Some cats are more vocal than others—but then you’ve noticed that. Purrsonally, I prefer the fluffy quiet type. I had a talkative cat once. Drove me crazy. Maybe that’s because I like to do the talking. Lily vocalizes for only … Continue reading

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Wild (and Sometimes Crazy) Wednesday – How Does Your Cat Miss You? Let Me Count the Ways

Do cats suffer from separation anxiety like some dogs do? Symptoms of separation anxiety can vary from animal to animal. A dog or cat or hamster (perhaps), who finds himself alone and bored and especially unhappily alone for long hours … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday – Homeless People Helping Homeless Pets

We sometimes wonder how a homeless person can adequately care for an animal. You’ve seen it—a person who seems homeless sitting on a curb next to a shopping cart filled with his belongings and a dog lying close by. Some … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday—Latest Klepto Cat Mystery on Kindle

I know that some of you are reading the print version of my latest Klepto Cat Mystery—FURever Bound because I see that fans have been ordering copies. But for readers who prefer reading your books on Kindle, now you can. … Continue reading

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Frivolous Friday – This Sweet Story Will Make Your Day

All cats are not born perfect. Some have disabilities from birth; others are injured or suffer a catastrophic physical event and many of them are euthanized. In Wisconsin, however, there are people who serve the disabled cat community in the … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday – National Book Month–Read a Klepto Cat Mystery

October has been deemed National Book Month as it’s starting to cool down in most parts of the U.S. It’s getting dark early. And the kids are back in school. It’s a perfect time to cozy down with the kids … Continue reading

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