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Monthly Archives: August 2019
What a nice way to end the week—with adorable pictures of some sweet kittens. Enjoy.
Say what? Yes, it’s evidently a new concept and quite a good idea for keeping feral cats safe and warm in winter. People rehabilitate old tires and create shelter for homeless cats. Here’s a picture of a kitty tire condo: … Continue reading
I continue to collect pictures of cats from friends and take pictures of cats I see out and about. Here are some you might enjoy. This is Tommy. He had a horrendous bout with a mysterious illness a few years … Continue reading
Can you believe it? I’ve finished the first draft of Book 38. Spoiler Alert: Book 38 is this year’s Christmas story. In the seven years that I’ve been writing the Klepto Cat Mysteries, I’ve produced two Christmas stories. And are … Continue reading
No worries for those of you who love Rags, the partly fictitious cat in my Klepto at Mystery stories. He isn’t ill, but Lily is. We adopted Lily when she was eight-weeks old. We believe she came to us with … Continue reading
First an announcement: Book 37–Cats and Caboodle–is ready for you to read on your ebook devise. Available now at amazon. ENJOY!!! One day last week I walked into my bedroom and found Sophie having a euphoric moment with a blouse … Continue reading
Last week I posted a close up of Lily on my facebook page and people seemed to love it. She is a pretty girl. But she and Sophie aren’t always easy to photograph. Some of my favorite pictures of my … Continue reading
Today I’m simply sharing photos of Lily in awkward, cute, funny, crazy, silly poses. Like most cats, she can imitate a pretzel, fall asleep in the most unlikely positions, become a wet noodle or strike a goofy pose. An alert … Continue reading
You might not realize how much is being written about cats—not only on the Internet, but in scientific journals, and other magazines. Here’s a story describing how a researcher strapped video cameras onto 16 cats and turned them loose to … Continue reading
No I’m not here to blog about some crazy mathematic equation today. These numbers relate to an accomplishment of mine—actually two accomplishments. I just published my 79th book after just turning 79 years old. I don’t know if we need … Continue reading