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Friday Cat Blogging

[ 1 ] March 7, 2009 |

Henry’s on prozac these days — not so much to curb his gargantuan appetite for mounting stuffed animals so much to deal with his irrepressible urge to piss on our front door. Since we began doping him up 10 days ago, both activities have ceased entirely.

Another internet tradition scotched by Big Pharma.

[ 0 ] February 20, 2009 |


Friday Cat Blogging… Starbuck and Nelson

[ 0 ] February 13, 2009 |

Friday Cat Blogging… Cupcake

Friday Cat Blogging

[ 0 ] January 16, 2009 |

[ 0 ] January 9, 2009 |


Friday Cat Blogging… Starbuck

Friday Cat Blogging (Belated Monday Edition)

[ 1 ] December 22, 2008 |

Henry, 12/21/08, 6:40 p.m.:


And five minutes later:

’tis the season….

Friday Cat Blogging: Beau

[ 0 ] December 20, 2008 |

Please welcome Beau to the LGM family.

[ 0 ] December 5, 2008 |

Friday Cat Blogging… Starbuck

Preview of a Cat-Robot Alliance?

[ 0 ] November 24, 2008 |


Not. Good.

Friday Cat Blogging

[ 0 ] November 7, 2008 |

This is clearly Palin’s fault:

The large cat that’s been popping up around Anchorage over the past weeks has been captured alive by a man using a dipnet, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

The animal was at first thought to be a serval, a wild, medium-sized African cat that is illegal in Alaska. Turns out, it is a savannah cat, a mix of a serval and a domestic cat that is legal, said wildlife biologist Rick Sinnott.

The cat, whose name is Simon, had actually been missing since last spring from its owners home in the Kincaid Park area, Sinnott said.

Depending on how many generations removed the animal is from its original cross, a Savannah cat can apparently run anywhere from $2000-4500.

Henry, by contrast, cost me $10 in 1994 ($14.75 in 2008 dollars). That’s one inflation-adjusted dollar per year for this sort of semi-daily entertainment:

Audrey’s reaction?

“Henry? What are you doing to my bear?”

[ 5 ] October 31, 2008 |


Friday Cat Blogging… Dewey

When We Fall Victim to Stereotypes We Didn’t Know Existed

[ 34 ] October 8, 2008 |

Huh. I didn’t know that Nelson and Starbuck could infect me with teh gay:

Mr. Fulrath is one of a growing number of single — and yes, heterosexual — men who seem to be coming out of the cat closet and unabashedly embracing their feline side. To that end, they are posting photographs and videos of their little buddies on YouTube and on Web sites like menandcats.com, and Twittering about them to anyone who will listen.

On the other hand, perhaps my cat blogging indicates that I’m particularly secure in my sexuality. Paul Klusman:

Any single, straight man who has the slightest bit of insecurity about his own sexuality will probably find it difficult to admit to owning or even appreciating cats.

Right… Via Jack Shafer, who appropriately calls out this nonsense.

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