Monthly Archives: November 2021

Newsday Tuesday – The Mermaid Cat That Tried to Fly

Or was her leap off the Mopac Bridge in Austin, TX an accident. The poor thing evidently had been running on hot pavement for a while as her paws were burned when they recued her. Did she find herself amidst … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday – How Imaginative is Your Cat?

I read a lot of stories and articles about cats because I’m interested in cats and because I enjoy sharing new concepts and fascinating cat tales with you. I love it when someone sends me a story, and I can … Continue reading

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Frivolous Friday – 100 Books and Counting

After a lifetime of writing for publication—well, close to 50 years—and hundreds, maybe thousands of magazine articles and around 2,500 blog posts, I have just produced my 100th book. I’ve worn out probably five computers, a word processor, an electric … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday – The Cat’s Claw

I think we all love the cat’s paw. They’re cute the way they flex and touch. Those little toes are adorable and the “beans” so cute. I like the brown beans on a white paw. It happens. My snow-shoe/Himalayan-type cat, … Continue reading

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Wild (and Sometimes Crazy) Wednesday – The Chimera Cat

Have you seen cats with a split face—half orange and half black, for example, or half black and half white? There may even be cats with a face that is half mottled and half tabby. Hmmm, I wonder??? I’ve seen … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday—Cats in Unusual Places

Have you heard about the cats in the forefront of a mayoral race in New York City this year? One of the candidates, known for many things, including his propensity for rescuing cats, used some of those cats in his … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday—Working With Cats

A whole lot of us got a dose of working from home last year–some companies have continued the work-at-home style for those employees that do well with it. I’m used to it. I’ve almost always worked at home and that’s … Continue reading

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Frivolous Friday – Things We Can Learn From Our Cats

  I excerpted this from a blog post I published eight years ago this month. It features a few things we can learn from our cats. Cats teach us to be real. They don’t put on pretenses. They are who … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Thursday – Thoughtful Gifts From my Thoughtful Girls

My three daughters are some of my most enthusiastic cheerleaders—as I am theirs. When I published my first book, they arranged for a celebration at a local outdoor bookstore. When I returned home from Dubai after having been invited to … Continue reading

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Wild (and Sometimes Crazy) Wednesday – Crazy Things Cats Do

Anyone who has had more than one or two cats over their lifetime knows that while a cat is a cat, they are all different. They adopt different traits, adapt in different ways, pick up different habits. Cats are full … Continue reading

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