Happy Friday! We celebrated another Gotcha Day this week – Dexter’s! We found him 12 years ago. Here’s the obligatory kitten photo. He was quite tiny, and you can see that he had a cut on his upper lip that turned into a scar. Dexter has definitely grown into a handsome mancat.
Happy Friday! We celebrated Olive’s 11th Gotcha Day this week! And in honor of our tortie lady, please enjoy this video from the first night we found her. (I know, I know – we weren’t knowledgable pet parents back then and didn’t separate Dexter and Olive. But it turned out okay.) And a special appearance from Eddie! Continue reading “Chatty Cats: Gotchas, Oopsies and More!”→
Happy Friday! We hope everyone had a nice Memorial Day weekend. My mom was here visiting for the weekend – the first time in a few years (due to the pandemic). As you’ll see, the cats were excited to have her visiting.
Happy Friday! I’m so excited to share with you some artwork that I commissioned from artist Stacy Tang, who I have featured and partnered with several times on the blog. She created My Dirty Paws and is a fantastic artist! The print she created for me measures 29″ wide and hangs in my office. I love it! Stacy is open for commissions and you can learn more on her website.
Happy Friday! Did you see our product review earlier this week? If not, hop over to check it out. The cats want you to know they worked really hard on it. It required lots of napping and snoozing after. They also claim that they’re now done working for the year.
Longtime readers may know that we purchased two Litter-Robots over three years ago for our multi-cat household. And today, we’re excited to share that we were selected as beta testers for the brand new Litter-Robot 4 by Whisker, which has now been announced to the public.
We have arrived at Friday, but I hesitate to offer my usual “Happy Friday” greeting. This week the pet blogging world was rocked by the sudden passing of well-known and respected cat blogger Paula Gregg of Sweet Purrfections. Paula also served as the Cat Writers’ Association council president for the past couple of years. I recently started working with Paula when I joined the CWA council last year. She was a wonderful leader and she will be missed by all who knew her.
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