Category Archives: cats


As a certified crazy cat person, I freely admit to singing to my cats, making up what I consider clever and catchy tunes to soothe their spoiled ears. The other day I launched into a little ditty, serenading Rosie and … Continue reading

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Bed Hog

When I attempted to climb into my side of the bed last night, Gary’s cat Rosie had other plans for me. Rosie stretched out languidly on my side of the bed, sideways to take up as room as possible, and … Continue reading

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Hockey Cat

Less than two weeks to the regular season opening game! I am excited but also a bit sad. My buddy during hockey games, Tweetie, won’t be with me this year. He liked to climb into my lap as I settled … Continue reading

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Dear Tweetie…

Over 14 years ago, you chose me. You waited at my back door like you already knew me, and I’m sure you were not surprised when you ended up in the house and in my heart. My mother calls you … Continue reading

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Me vs. the Cat

I’m starting to believe at least one of the kids is more interested in seeing our cat, Tweetie, than in spending wholesome, quality time with me. Call me paranoid, but… 1. Gary handed Dove, who is 4, the phone recently … Continue reading

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Cats…or Ghosts?

I got up before sunrise today to go running before the suffocating blanket of heat and humidity descended fully upon us (note to self: even at 6 AM, it’s muggy and gross when summer is in full swing). Sleepy, bleary-eyed, … Continue reading

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Now THAT’S Comfy

No one knows how to get really comfy quite like a cat, and Tweetie, with his countless hours of intent, studious napping, is a certifiable pro. His bed is constructed of 3 blankets folded up to make as soft and … Continue reading

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