All posts tagged: Cat-blogging

Cats are sneaky


Another era in my cat-blogging starts now, with Satchel attempting to steal my breakfast apple turnover. I thought he’d go for the raspberries first, but that’s more Newton’s style. Satchel loves the carbs. Pictures will appear if I can get my camera.

the fastest thing on the field

Natural world

Today Katherine Hilker from the Cincinnati Zoo’s cat ambassador program invited up over to the Mast farm, where they were going to run a pair of the beasts; to exercise them properly. They were going to run them three times with us lucky ones behind fences that they shouldn’t want to jump, much. They don’t have retractable claws like other cats do, but the forefeet of dogs. These two brothers are together all the time […]

Want to read!


If you saw me with my Amazon Kindle, you’d suspect that I didn’t like buying books now that don’t fit on it. However, there are out there vast seas of books not yet Kindle-ized, some of which I very much do want to read, one of them inspired by a Kindle-ized book I am currently reading, to wit: “Kafka on the Shore” (Haruki Murakami) One of Our Heros is attempting to read all the works […]

Chametz, with accidental cat-blogging


Beeper R. Kat here is inspecting the bags of chametz that I’ve gathered for Other Patti to take away, for the measly price of $1. Ah, preparations for Passover! Sophie the Dog has plans for the lamb shank bone, which I’ve yet to get. Maybe I’ll carve a beet into the shape of a sheep, like my friend Avraham does. The beer is not in the bags. I’ll get rid of that, later. Special methods […]