Tag Archives: cats

It’s Raining Cats and Dog

If where you live it’s precipitating cats and dogs today If felines and canines be declinating find a cozy abode and just stay Interestingly, it seems the best way to escape when it’s raining cats and dogs, is to curl … Continue reading

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Difference Between Dogs and Cats – Illustrated

Child: “Daddy, how are dogs different from cats?” Dad: “Watch this video, my child, and then you’ll understand.” Suggestion: Leave sound off (music is a bit cutesy).

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It’s a Cat’s World

We just live–and serve dinner, and provide rubs–in it. Proof the world is round: What? You said, “Don’t get on the chair.” I’m  not “on” the chair. There’s never a bad time to touch noses. Holy moly! So that’s what … Continue reading

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Ham-inals

Animal photobombs are da bomb! Slideshow:

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It’s Daily Savings Time

Don’t Forget To or You could just dance

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Deep Thoughts (While Avoiding Weekend Chores)

Some Useful Terms: Ambibiguity: The ability to make indecipherable gestures with either or both hands. Pontypical: Something the Pope says on a regular basis. Billigrams: The amount of weight an evangelist carries with God (R. J. Thomas). Carcasm:  Snide remarks … Continue reading

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Much Ado About Something

Featured Blogger I repent! In my subtle (or not so subtle) narcissism, I have rarely featured the writings of other worthy bloggers (note how the phrase “other worthy…” cleverly places me in their ranks). What better time to correct this heinous … Continue reading

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