I’ve been busy working as a model for a company that makes cat-walking harnesses. I am on call to do remote shoots and videos at various outdoor locations. When I am not working, I like to sleep or prowl around the yard, not blog. That’s part of the reason why my column has gotten behind. […]
Whisker Licking Good Stuff
I had a great Caturday. I started off the day early, and ate a yummy hot breakfast. But you can’t beat what I had as an afternoon snack! While adventuring in the new-found winter wonderland, I caught and ate a whole mouse. Whisker licking good stuff! Later, I got to test the very latest harness […]
It’s National Cat Day?
Somebody woke me up and asked me how I intended to spend National Cat Day. I looked at them like they had a screw loose. “What do you mean…National Cat Day?” I asked. They said it was an internet thing observed on October 29, started in 2005 to bring public awareness to the […]
How I Came to Have Raw, Free-range, Oregon-grape fed Grouse for Dinner
It was a typical Thursday evening. The sky had just begun to pale to a faint indigo-blue color. The temperature was warm, the trees swayed gently in the breeze; this weather was perfect for a walk in the yard. I’d already climbed trees, snacked on a few grasshoppers, and explored various new bushes, and had […]
Before They Had Cat Ladies and Old Maids….
…the Flathead Valley had these fellows. This photograph taken from a historical book about the Flathead Valley caught my eye. Two of the men in the photograph advertising “Wives Wanted” are holding cats. Adventurous men traveled to the Montana frontier in the 1800’s and 1900’s looking for work and hoping for success. Many […]
Man alive, do I love the holidays! There’s something about this time of year that makes a cat’s heart beat a little faster; his whiskers perk up a little fluffier, and his meow just a little more shrill. No, I’m not talking about opportunities to climb the Christmas tree or dancing to carols […]