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Introducing Canelo, our new super sweet and snuggly 4 month old kitten. The Seven-Year-Old is over the moon, and reads Canelo a bedtime story nearly every night. According to the Seven-Year-Old, Canelo simply adores Sherlock Holmes, although he wishes he would hurry up … Continue reading
I need a day to catch up on some things. You know what that means… Time for a Classic Caterpickle. For a girl obsessed with cats, The Four-Year-Old is oddly indifferent to the Disney movie The Aristocats. I suspect this … Continue reading
A post with infinite cross-gender appeal. Ah well. It can’t be helped. It’s that sort of Friday. First, the Kittens. Did you know that the NY Times has a science page dedicated to news about cats? No really. The Four-Year-Old … Continue reading
Daddyo, on finding me slumped in a fetal position on the couch, buried in cats: “Mommyo, do you want to go lie down? You look like you feel awful.” Mommyo, beset by a migraine and an uncommonly severe allergy attack: … Continue reading
Three More Stories You Can Read to Your Cat By Sara Swan Miller Illustrated by True Kelley Houghton Mifflin Company, 2002 Age Range: Ages 8 and up As Sara Swan Miller explains in her introduction to this collection, cats sleep … Continue reading
I know what you’re thinking. I can hear you from here. “For heaven’s sake, woman! Get that cat to a vet! Don’t sit around blogging about it!” And while in general I would agree with you, in this particular case, … Continue reading
Krulwich Wonders is chock full of helpful advice on the topic of achieving immortality through nouns. Turns out maverick, bloomer, cardigan, and guillotine all were the names of people once, and have now become nouns with definitions that range greatly … Continue reading