Cats who fall from high windows suffer a number of injuries -- it happens often enough that it has its own name: high-rise syndrome.
We chat about his time with the famous Fancy Feast cat and why cats love gravy so much.
We let our cat Ghosty sit with us but then we got a kitten; will I ever have a peaceful meal again?
Do cat lovers take on the traits of their cats? I know I share a lot of qualities with my cats.
She has only 3 fully formed legs because of a birth defect, she's named after an "Adventure Time" character -- and she's a terror on tissue rolls.
We should have known something devious was going on, but we were much too distracted by the cuteness of the whole matter.
I reached for the little white foot. I held it. I stroked it. I took a picture to send to my husband with the message, "Hope Japan is fun. Nobody misses you here. Brandy and my relationship soars like a catnip mouse through the stratosphere. We are registered at Tuna Town USA." But alas, my hubris bested me once again. No sooner had I snapped the triumphant shot that the beast awoke. Faster than I could say, "Spare my life!" the Empress Dowager Brandy yowled her disapproval, leapt at my shoulder, and sunk her teeth and claws into me.
If I had magical powers I'd hold my cats in these poses so I could kiss, huff, and examine at will.
At some point we all question the meaning of life. Cats do it, too -- except way more adorably.
We think so, and so do the Kickstarter funders of One Fast Cat -- the campaign has raised 15 times its original goal, and more is coming in.
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