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Angie Bailey is an author, award-winning freelance writer and blogger, humorist, and professional member of the Cat Writers' Association. She's the author of whiskerslist: the kitty classifieds and Catladyland, which won the Best Humor Blog in the 2013 BlogPaws Nose-to-Nose Pet Blogging & Social Media Awards and Funniest Pet Blog in the 2011 Petties Awards. She’s the creator of Texts from Mittens (originated right here on Catster!), and half of the comedy web series production team of 82 South St. Productions, LLC.
Full Name (Including Embarrassing Second Names): Angela Bailey
Location: Minneapolis/St. Paul area
What I Do for a Living: I write cat humor (for real). I also co-founded a small production company and co-produced, co-wrote, and performed in a sketch comedy web series.
What I Do for Fun: Writing, word games -- especially timed ones, reading, hanging with my family, mockumentaries, making up inappropriate, alternate lyrics to songs.
The Furry Members of My Household Are: Saffy (aka Large Marge, Pickle) is a floofy grey girl, born in 2000; Cosmo (aka Young Man, Crankypants) is a shorthair tuxie boy, born in 2001; Phoebe (aka Weasel, Bunny) is a calico tabby, born in 2005.
My Favorite Things to Write About Are: Silly cat humor, offbeat short scripts, parody
My Pet Peeves Are: Auto-Tune, inconsiderate drivers, people who constantly complain yet do nothing to change their situation
My Guilty Pleasures Are: Bad reality shows, digging into a log of chocolate chip cookie dough, ABBA
How I Deal with Cat/Dog Hair: Luckily, the cat who sheds the most matches the sofa.
What I Want to Be When I Grow Up: Laughing … always.
4 Days Ago — I'm a visual person and totally ROFL imagining people -- or in the case of these photos, cats -- embodying common texting abbreviations.
Feb 25, 2014 — When I'm feeling sad or cranky, I seek out funny cat faces -- they're an instant mood-lifter.
Feb 21, 2014 — I'm interested in all things intuitive, including the prospect of interpreting a cat's food patterns.
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