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Infinite Cat Project Archives for April 30 - May 4, 2018.


Mewsings, April 30, 2018: "The cat could very well be man's best friend but would never stoop to admitting it." - Doug Larson


cat with paper bag on head

Gratuitous Kute Kittiness: Introducing, the Unknown Co-Meow-Dian.




Cat Mewvie: "Hey! That's me as a baby! Wasn't I cute?"

 

cat nine lives comic

Today's Kitty Komic


woman holding cat

Feline Art: "Woman with Cat", by Yana Movchan.

cat news

The Cat Lover's Dilemma
by Mark Kinsler

So my friend Brian came by to pick up a clock case that he’ll restore to Victorian splendor last night, and we were outside by his truck when something wrapped itself around his leg, and then mine.

It was a young cat, a tortoise-shell who wished to ingratiate herself by alternately rolling around on the East Mulberry Street pavement and entwining herself around our legs once again. She followed me back to our house, briefly scampering up to the porch before disappearing into the night. Natalie, who is Mother Superior of all cats, would want to know about the little creature, so I went in to yell for her.

“Natalie!” No answer.

“Natalie!!” No answer.

“Kitten alert, front porch!!”

At this my quiet, reserved spouse burst out of nowhere, bustling past with a bag of cat food she’d somehow grabbed on the way. Once outside she called softly and crinkled the cat food bag. This, quoth the Short Person With 16 Pairs Of Cat Earrings, is the universal language of cats and is warranted to lure any known feline.

It worked, for presently there was a soft meow and Her Majesty appeared with the clear purpose of inspecting the small pile of Purina Cat Chow nuggets Natalie had arranged on a front step. “What a beautiful cat you are,” crooned my beloved as our guest applied herself to the cat food. “What are we going to do with you?”

This is the eternal problem, for while we two are hopelessly vulnerable to the charms of kittens, our four smaller housemates are not. The sublet agreement is clear: “Thou shalt worship no other Cat besides Us,” it reads.

“Oh!” exclaimed Natalie. “She has a collar.”

Indeed she did. A rhinestone collar, in point of fact. “Someone else loves her,” I noted sadly.

“And she probably ate her dinner before meowing to go out,” Natalie glumly replied.

Then, as the object of our affection scampered off to charm other victims, we went inside.

“Ha,” grunted four elderly cats, looking stern, yet satisfied.








Mewsings, May 1, 2018: "As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat." - Ellen Perry Berkeley


mother cat and clone kitten

Gratuitous Kittiness: The cutest little clone.




Cat Mewvie: Beware of the deadly Titty Kitty.

 

cats at all-you-can-eat comic

Today's Kitty Komic


digital cat art

Feline Art: "Untitled" by Reddit user Zex77.




Mewsings, May 2, 2018: "If a dog jumps in your lap, it is because he is fond of you; but if a cat does the same thing, it is because your lap is warmer." - Alfred North Whitehead


kittens in log

Gratuitous Kittiness: "Hello, world!"





Cat Mewvie: When kitty came marching home.

 

do not disturb kitty comic

Today's Kitty Komic

watercolor cat

Feline Art: "Untitled" by Reddit user SprooseMoose000.




Mewsings, May 3, 2018: "Cats seem to go on the principle that it never does any harm to ask for what you want." - Joseph Wood Krutch


cat sleeping on boxes

Gratuitous Kittiness: "Open? Closed? Meh. A box is a box."




Cat Mewvie: Loving Scooter.

 

mildly curious cat comic

Today's Kitty Komic

cat head tattoo on hip

Feline Art: Cat hip tattoo.



Mewsings, May 4, 2018: "I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul." - Jean Cocteau


cat yawning

Gratuitous Kittiness: "Ohhh, my head. I'll never use catnip again."




Cat Mewvie: Cats annoying dogs.

 

wpman speaks cat comic

Today's Kitty Komic

magic girl and cat painting

Feline Art: "Alice and Sir William the Cat" by Karlen Tam.


boy and cat in car

A Twisted Little 'Lost Cat' Story
by Gary Poignant

Marshall Scanlon, 8, burst into tears and cried after he was reunited with Casper, 11 days after his beloved pet went missing.

“He was so shocked. Marshall couldn’t believe that he had Casper back,” said his mother, Catherine McRae, adding “we honestly thought he had been eaten by a coyote.”

Casper, who went missing from the family home near on Granite Road in Blewett around April 21, was found May 1 about 8 km away in the Rosemont area.

But while it was a happy ending for Marshall and family, McRae pointed out there is a cat owner in the Rosemont area who is still searching for her missing cat, Louie.

McRae said the woman’s cat was from the same litter as Casper and – oddly enough – went missing at the same time that Casper vanished.

“They look like twins! We both shared pictures on Facebook. She posted over 80 posters all over Rosemont and downtown to help find her cat,” said McRae.

“Someone saw the poster and called to say he found a cat in his shed,” said McRae, saying the woman took the cat home, thinking it was her cat, Louie.

“Four days later she thought something was different and that it was possible she had the wrong cat,” said McRae, saying she took the cat to the SPCA to double-check and “sure enough he was scanned being Casper and belonged to my son Marshall…”

“Moral of the story… if Casper wasn’t micro chipped, nobody would know he was ours and we would still think it was because we live in the woods,” said McRae.

Marshall bought Casper two years ago using his allowance and birthday money.

The search for Louie continues while McRae said they’ll be keeping a closer eye on Casper.





 




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