This cat is also a palindrome.
Here’s some good news to start off 2018.
Here’s how the story started:
Browser, the beloved cat that has been a fixture of the local library for six years, recently lost his job. On June 14, the city council voted to remove the cat from the public library and now he has 30 days to find a new home.
But, the dispute has been settled and Browser gets to keep his job!
Pitzi defends the house. Pitzi spots the invader just in time!
I want to know how they got the cat to wear the candle hat.
Our cat would put up with that for about 2 seconds.
A better title for this video: cat eats menorah.
Cuddly cats Stanley (tabby) and Suki (calico) wish you a Happy Hanukkah!
I think the cat is not always a willing participant. But, then, most of the time cats won’t do what you want!
Today is the first day of Chanukah (or Hanukkah or another of the dozen different ways to write the word in English).
Actually, I doubt that cats think acting like a human is such a good thing.
I do love how calm the cat on the back of the bicycle is.
This cat demands service by ringing a bell.
I think this captures the essence of the relationship between cats and humans.