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Help Shady

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Shady is a 6 year old kitty whom is in need of urgent Veterinary help.  If he does not have surgery soon, he will probably die. However, surgery CAN help Shady.  His “owners” have already spent a fortune on a first operation to save his Life but all that is standing in the way now of operating in order to fix Shady so he can resume a normal life, is the green stuff.

https://www.gofundme.com/saving-shadys-life

If you can DONATE a dollar or five dollars or whatever amount you can, or know someone who can, please do so now by clicking on the Link above.  Seriously, is there even one person out there who is reading this, and will HELP where it counts ??

Shady’s “owners” have already taken out Loans so there’s no need to tell them to get some credit or Loans.  If you have hundreds of dollars or a thousand that is surplus, consider dontaing it to saving an innocent life.  Yes you can donate it to another cause, but if you really feel COMPELLED to help save this sweet little SIX YEAR old cat ( not very old ) …… your doing so  NOW  will be so very much appreciated by beautiful Shady !

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Monty Magic

I have fallen in Love …….

with a  Cat !!    Yes, I love Monty Boy, just as much as I still love my beautiful kitty Shandy who sadly passed away on 24 February 2016.   Who wouldn’t love Monty?  He is a little boy, born with a chromosome problem, affecting the bridge of his nose, but fate dealt its hand and he was adopted  by Michael, someone who at that time never dreamed that he would ever have a Cat, let alone fall in love with this Paw-some cat.

Michael & Mikala have an online Etsy shop and sales go toward helping shelter animals.  I have purchased the Fur-ever Calendar and love it.   Will you help too?

https://www.etsy.com/shop/MontyJewelry

Please keep sweeeet Monty Boy Cat in your thoughts / prayers / healing …. as he has trouble at the moment with his kidneys.

I wrote the following poem for Monty Boy.

POEM FOR MONTY

You can follow Monty’s story on Facebook, and the FB videos will show you just how much Monty and Michael love each other.  This love is awe inspiring and touching.  Once you have met Monty Boy, you will never see an animal friend again as “just a pet”.  They are not pets owned by us,   WE  are owned by them, THEY grace us with their joyous, stoic and honest presence.

https://www.facebook.com/Montyboycat/

Thank you Monty Boy Cat.  We love you.

If you would like a free “Paws for Thought Pass Along Card” to send out your message about what your animal friend taught you, please click  HERE

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Snaggle Puss and Bubbles

 

I don’t know what happened to this Cat and Bunny, but I think it is great that Snaggle Puss adopted Bubbles the one week old Bunny, whose mother had been killed by a Cobra.

Shandy’s song – Love never ends

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Click on the Picture above to get

a Pass-Along Card !

 

You know I love you, I always will,
My mind’s made up by the
Way that I feel
There’s no beginning,
There will be no end

This Song is dedicated to all Cats and Cat carers  from –

Cats Remembered Forever

&  of course to  ALL cats and their carers everywhere!

Our beautiful boy Shandy   passed away  on 24 February 2016 at 2.34 pm.

Those who know me well, understand that I believe in a “bigger world” than what there seems.  I believe all Life forms are spiritual beings or sparks of consciousness from the “Divine” or the Source, incarnated into physical forms.

I believe that our Shandy cat was a special Be-ing sent to us, to keep us together and to teach us responsibility and how to Love.  One month has passed now since he departed us, and his messages are still coming in strong.  First of all, let me say that I once experienced a cat that had crossed over, returning in Spirit form, to let us know she was okay and in spirit form.   That was a long time ago, when I began looking into our spiritual essence and connections.  I am positive that Shandy cat will also visit me in Spirit, if I call upon him!

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Shandy the Millenium Gift from Heaven


Click on a picture to go to the Full photo.  Click on the small X in the upper left corner to close the Photo Gallery, for Windows users.

Thank you to Ethan for doing a Card reading for me recently.  “A Message from Heaven” came up which was clearly a message from our beautiful boy, to say “I’m still around, don’t worry.”  On Sunday 27th February I was moping around the house, thinking of course about our beautiful Shandy cat, whom I still miss ALOT and then ….. I felt his loving presence.   Hooray!!

Animals are so amazing.  They truly care about us and worry over the bad energies we pick up from our workplaces, etc. and truly wish for us to be peaceful and happy.  They pick up negative energies from us and this stresses them, or makes them jittery.  Be nice to each other and look after yourself, not just for yourself, but for the sake of your animal friends.

Love your animal companions well, while you can.   If you would like to submit your message about what your Animal friend teaches you, please email me:

thehumanring@gmail.com   and I’ll post you out FREE a

“Pass-Along Card”

No longer by our Sides, but Forever in our Hearts.

Our best friend,  Shandy

The words in this Video say exactly what I want to say.  Thank you  B.J.

Shandy

Most of all, I miss your awesome loving smile.

We will Meet again one Day !

 

A Tribute to Shandy Cat

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Goodbye to an awesome wise being, our cat friend Shandy.   Shandy our sweeeeet little beautiful furry friend passed away on Wednesday 24 February 2016 at 2.33 pm our time.

Esan & I will miss him and after some time, my grief will heal and his Spirit will carry me on.   Shandy lived with us for 16 years since he was a baby, a gift from Heaven, our Millennium cat whom kept Esan and I together, and taught us responsibility.

His Earthly “tour of duty” is over, but I like to think of him now in Heaven and I told him that I will meet him again one day.   His body just packed up internally and there wasn’t alot that could be done for him to make him comfortable and happy and little chance of a full recovery.  He knew he was ill so we said our Goodbyes.  I played him some music from Lia Scallon’s CD “A Song for the Animals” at our local Veterinarian and that helped.  He went peacefully and we buried him in his garden.

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Stevie Wonder-Cat

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The sweet little pretty Cat that likes to go Hiking !

http://www.boredpanda.com/blind-rescued-cat-stevie-patrick-corr/

Patrick Corr wasn’t a cat person until he met Stevie the blind cat who was in desperate need of a home. She changed him forever. He has said “I didn’t adopt Stevie when she was a kitten. I wasn’t even looking to adopt a cat, but when I heard she badly needed a home, I couldn’t resist.”

“She’s like any cat really, except that she’s blind. I adopted her 3 years ago from a local cat vet hospital as she badly needed a home. The Animal Care Society of Cork had been paying for her stay there for months, as no-one wanted to adopt her. Go figure.”

Read more at

http://lovemeow.com/2015/03/stevie-the-blind-cat-changed-this-mans-life-forever/#JC0FboVqxambXO3b.99

More Links

https://www.facebook.com/mrpatrickcorr/timeline

https://twitter.com/mrpatrickcorr

https://instagram.com/mrpatrickcorr

Stevie likes Hiking and she & Patrick will soon be hiking to raise money for Animal Welfare groups in Ireland.   You can contribute with a Donation    HERE.


A  BIG  THANK YOU to Patrick & to Stevie, best buddies forever, helping to highlight the fact that Animals are souls in physical form, just like Homo sapiens!

Smart machine feeds Strays – highlights abandoned Turkey pets

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To raise awareness, a Turkish company, Pudgeon, has designed an innovative vending machine that not only helps feed these stray animals but takes care of recycling, too. When you feed the machine a plastic bottle, it disperses food and water for stray cats and dogs.

Hopefully this concept will get the outside world as well as the authorities in Turkey doing something to humanely decrease the plethora of stray animals roaming Turkey streets.

Read more  HERE

Happy Birthday Shandy !

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Happy Birthday Shandy

On New Year’s Eve 2000 (i.e. 31 December 1999) just before midnight, our “Millenium” gift arrived.

It was a sweeeet small beautiful kitten – peeking out of some rocks (an old covered up well) out the front of of our house.

We decided the kitten must have been 4 to 5 weeks old and so today is designated as Shandy’s birthday!!  Today Shandy is 16 years old.

If you go to the Categories of Posts on this site (on the right-hand side) and click on the drop down arrow, you will see Shandy has his very own Category of posts here on Fascinating Animals.   He is indeed a fascinating animal and is featured on the  “Our Animal Friends”   area of this site too.

Your cat or dog (or any other animal) companion can also be featured on a page of her/his own by going to  this   tab.

I have rather cleverly designed an interactive Happy Birthday  card for Shandy cat’s 14th birthday, 2 years ago.

Please join in wishing him a very nice Birthday by clicking on  THIS  link for the birthday card.   This will open a “dialog” box which will ask if you want to Open or Save “Happy Birthday Shandy.doc” which is a Microsoft Word document.

Please save the Word document somewhere to your computer, then have fun once you open it up to read it.  Double-click on the “loud speaker” pictures/icons.  Make sure the volume on your computer is turned up a little.  Probably don’t use iTunes as it doesn’t seem to work.

If anyone is reading this post, please download the Birthday Card and make a comment on this thread about the card and to wish our beautiful Shandy a happy birthday.  I dis-continued Shandy’s column, because of a lack of feedback or interest in it.  Sometimes people are quite happy & free to give negative feedback, but this Blog hardly gets any positive Comments, for who knows what reason.

Thank you from Shandy.

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Claw of the Cat, or How many Toes does a Cat have?

catclawThis morning my partner came into my Study and said “Shandy keeps shedding his Claws” and handed me a tiny interesting claw sheath.  I thought to myself “I wonder if that is normal” and “I wonder how much his claws are like our nails?”  Upon reflection, I thought sensibly that cats in the wild need their claws for climbing, hunting and defence.

I found the answers on  THIS  great page of Annie’s “Cat Talk 101” website.  For example, cat’s claws have outer layers called “claw sheaths”, which shed or fall off every few months, leaving behind a nice new sharp claw.  Cats don’t scratch to sharpen their claws, strictly speaking, but to get rid off the itchy old sheaths, which are the outer layer of their claws.

Some also say that cats scratch objects to calm themselves down and ease anxiety.

Apparently it is a myth that cats have got retractable claws.  Their claws are projectile and retractile rather than retractable, meaning they can extend and lengthen or poke out their claws or tuck them in or shorten them but not really consciously completely pull them into their paw pads.

The Claw I looked at is really a sheath of a tiny claw, as the claws renew and the outer husks of the old claw are shed.

The online Encyclopaedia Britannica says the following.

Claw, also called Talon ,  narrow, arched structure that curves downward from the end of a digit in birds, reptiles, many mammals, and some amphibians. It is a hardened (keratinized) modification of the epidermis. Claws may be adapted for scratching, clutching, digging, or climbing. By analogy, the appendages of other lower animals are frequently called claws. The claw’s shape is ordinarily suited to the food-getting habit of the animal. Eagles have long, curved talons for grasping prey; the claws of chickens are short and sturdy, for scratching the ground for food.

There are two mammalian modifications of the claw: the nail and the hoof. A nail is a broad, flat claw on the upper surface of the digit. It is present in mammals, such as primates, that use their appendages for grasping. A hoof is a short, thick structure that surrounds the end of the digit. It is present in various forms in the ungulates, which have a reduced number of digits. Hoofs are an adaptation for running.

Below is a link to pictures from the Children’s EB showing so-called “retractable claws” in action.

http://kids.britannica.com/comptons/art-53056/All-cats-except-the-cheetah-have-retractable-claws

You can see the claw sheathed but with the tip or point of the sharp claw still out from the paw pad, which actually means technically speaking that the claw is not FULLY RECTRACTED or rectractible if this word means completely withdrawn and completely hidden.

I have noticed Shandy cat’s claws sticking out a tiny bit and wondered if his claws really are retractable.  If you had a sharp Stanley Knife with a retractable blade, you would want the blade to be fully retracted into the tool when you store away the knife, not have a horribly sharp and dangerous tip sticking out even a little bit.

The difference between “retractable” and “retractile” is that a cat does not consciously stick out or tuck in its claws, as many people wrongly think.  However, when kitty ( or a big cat ) is relaxed and at ease, like when it is sleeping on someone’s lap, or walking, the claws are partly tucked away within the paw, because the flexor tendons attached to the claws are relaxed, and thus the claws are pulled back.  The tendons tauten to protrude the claw when a cat is alert or hunting, climbing or fighting.

However, I guess the kitty’s claws are withdrawn enough to describe them as retractable for most people.

Ligaments connect bone to bone, while tendons connect bone to muscle. The elastic ligament, pictured in red in the image above, pulls the distal phalanx close to the middle phalanx in order to keep the claws from touching the ground, working in tandem with the relaxed flexor tendon.

Cats walk on the tips and balls of their toes or “digits”.  This is known as digitigrade walking.  Each digit or toe has a claw, and there are usually five toes or digits on each cat forefoot and four on each hindfoot.

A cat’s and a dog’s paw pads are spongy pads of thick skin beneath each foot, assisting with silent movement and protecting the underlying bones and joints from injury during running and jumping.  Digitigrade walking combined with pads and small feet helps a cat move silently.

If you want to read about claws and how they evolved into nails, when Primates came along, please click on  THIS  link to a Google book titled “Mammalogy:  Adaptation, Diversity, Ecology”.

If you want to read about the hoofs or hooves of the “Ungulates”, please click on  THIS  link to “What is an Ungulate?”

By the way, DOGS do not have retractile or projectile claws, but they do walk on their toes, like cats.  Their claws are always exposed, and make dogs well suited to running.  Dogs run on their toes , and have four functional toes on both the front feet and the hind feet, and sometimes a fifth “dew claw” which serves no useful purpose, is not in contact with the ground, and is located higher on the inside of the leg.

You should NOT de-claw a Cat because that essentially means amputating part of her/his foot as opposed to trimming the claws.  We leave Shandy be, and don’t even trim his claws.  A dog’s claws become blunt with lots of walking on hard surfaces, so won’t need trimming usually.

 

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Venus – the Chimera Cat

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Meet Venus, a cat with 2 sides.  Venus, a stray cat, sports exactly one half of her face as black with a yellow/green eye, and the other side of her face is ginger with a blue eye!

National Geographic have studied her and say that how this came to be is a mystery to them even.  Naturally, it has to do with the genes of her lineage, which must have included a black cat and a ginger cat.  But the exact mechanism still remains a mystery.

It is rare for a non-white cat to have odd eyes, though this does arise. Normally the odd eyes are caused by a dominant white gene interfering with the way the eye absorbs melanin. It is often believed all odd eyed cats are deaf. In fact many, though not all, white cats with blue eyes are deaf, and around 30% of odd-eyed cats suffer this problem. In the latter case deafness occurs on the side of the blue eye.

Inherited congenital (present from birth) deafness is seen almost exclusively in white coated cats, because of the genes they carry. The dominant white gene causes degeneration of the auditory apparatus of the inner ear and may affect one ear (unilateral) or both ears (bilateral), and is linked to blue eyes.  THIS  post here explains that, however, not all blue-eyed white cats are deaf.

The scientific word for having “odd eyes” is heterochromia iridis.  One theory is that Venus is the result of a real, albeit relatively rare condition where two genetically distinct embryos merge in the womb.To find out if this is the case, genetic testing would be required says Leslie Lyons,a professor at the University of California. With samples of skin from each side of the cat, “we can do a DNA fingerprint—just like on CSI—and the DNA from one side of the body should be different than the other.”

But National Geographic says that – cat eyes are typically green or yellow, not blue. A blue-eyed cat is typically a Siamese or else a cat with a lot of white on them. Venus appears to have only a white patch on her chest, which to Lyons is not enough to explain the blue eye.”

 

Venus cat

One theory is that perhaps the black coloration was randomly activated in all the cells on one side of her face, while the orange coloration was activated on the other, and the two patches met at the midline of her body as she developed.

Either way, Venus the cat is a happy, healthy normal cat, and is adored by her South Florida owner, Christina, who in 2009 took her from a dairy farm in North Carolina, U.S.A.  Venus even has her own Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/VenusTheAmazingChimeraCat

She is now an Ambassador for shelter cats at her own website, and if you love her that much, you can buy a soft plush Gund toy of her!

http://venustwofacecat.wix.com/venustwofacecat

The You Tube video below shows Venus with her toy self.  You can probably get the toy now from eBay.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGP7NJX2zkI

 

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Christina remembers she thought ‘Oh my God, that cat is so cute’ when her friend in North Carolina posted pictures of the two-faced cat on Facebook . “At the time I had an orange cat and a black cat — this looked like a combination of both of our cats” Christina said.

On a friend’s suggestion, Venus’ new owners named her Venus for “beauty and love.”  Venus, chimera or not, is certainly spreading around the beauty and love now she has been made famous through the internet.

If you have a cat, dog, horse or bird that you love, and would like to see featured on this blog ( see the post about SHANDY, ambassador of “Fascinating Animals” under the “Our Animal Friends” section ) please contact me.  Just use the “Contact Me” page to tell me your email address & then I will send you an email so you can reply with a brief description about your animal companion and a photo or two!

 

Sources

http://news.nationalgeographic.com.au/news/2012/08/120831-venus-two-faced-cat-genetics-animals-science/

http://news.nationalgeographic.com.au/news/2012/08/120831-venus-two-faced-cat-genetics-animals-science/

http://www.newstatesman.com/sci-tech/2012/11/venus-two-faced-cat-really-chimera

http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/pulp/2012/12/venus_chimera_cat_gund_deal.php

http://pussingtonpost.com/why-do-some-cats-have-two-different-colored-eyes/

Kittens abandoned in the Woods

 

Luckily these Kittens were rescued by some kind passers-by, whom made sure they went to good homes!  They were found in Spring Creek Park, Houston Texas in 2013.

Click on the words “You Tube” at the bottom right of the video for more information.

Shih-Tzu cares for Kitten

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Goldie, a five year old female Shih-Tzu somehow became lost, or was abandoned. Despite her own troubles, she adopted and took up the care of a five week old defenceless kitten. In 2013 Anderson County Animal Control Officer Michelle Smith got a call about a whimpering dog, and discovered at the bottom of a ravine of a South Carolina Home Depot a healthy Shih Tzu nursing a kitten.
Smith took the unlikely duo to local animal shelter Anderson County PAWS where the animals were placed in an enclosure together.

Today, Goldie the dog and Kate the kitten are happy and healthy in their new home, and their unlikely friendship has touched many lives, including that of the animal control officer who found them.
“Good things happen all the time, but ‘great’ happens seldom,” Michelle said. “This is enough to keep me going the next six or eight months. This is one example of why I love my job.”

I think it is cute how the animal friends are similiar in coloration and pattern. They are both blackish / brownish and white. Maybe the kitten looked a bit like one of Goldie’s pups might look like. Anyhow, it goes to confirm something that MY CAT TAUGHT ME – that all sentient (living) animals have an instinct or need to look after something else living.

SEE MORE PHOTOS OF GOLDIE AND KATE BY CLICKING ON THE LINKS BELOW

 http://www.buzzfeed.com/summeranne/dog-finds-a-tiny-kitten-risks-everything-to-save-her

 

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Shandy’s Breakfast

Well, I have discontinued the monthly “Cat-man-do” columns updating readers about Shandy cat, because it seemed that nobody except my friend Billy in the U.S.A. ever read them.  In posting them, anyway, it was as much a strategy for me as it was for our cat.  I read somewhere that if you are busy, as I am, running multiple blogs & sites, working, helping others, and writing a book, that it can be a good idea to write & post a regular post on one’s Blog, so I thought what better subject than to blog regularly about than one of my best buddies, Shandy?

So, no more  cat-man-do  posts unless there is a popular demand for their return (and Shandy & I have the time and energy to post them), and instead a random blog post about Shandy cat.  In between posting about my cat friend, I will post here on Fascinating Animals, what I like, when I feel inclined to do so.  So, there you have it.

Shandy catThis photo was taken on 7 January 2014

In this photo Shandy is looking a little solemn and sleepy, perhaps due to the run of hot weather we are having here Down Under, and the fact that he has a fur coat.

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Beautiful Cats & Beautiful People – true story of Niko

Niko the cat

Here is a story that will truly “warm your cockles” if that means it will make you feel warm & fuzzy, and glad that there are people around who care about lost and abandoned animals.  It began in November 2011 when a tiny kitten in a terrible state of health was found and taken care of by a loving man.  The kitten’s first six months with her foster parents were videoed so that she could be transferred to a good home once she had recovered, though at times, her human adopters worried that she would not recover ..

Click on “Full Screen” to watch full screen, or click on “You Tube” to watch it directly on You Tube.

Warning:  video shows how bad the kitten’s eyes were with conjunctivitis, at which you can just turn your face away or close your eyes, but please do continue watching the Video after that.

Now, here is a Follow-up Video, recorded 12 months later, and even though it is in Japanese, anyone with a brain can see what the outcome is …..

Made my heart melt and my eyes tear up –  this story has “made my day.”   May Niko live a long, happy & healthy life.

Happy Birthday Shandy !

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Happy Birthday Shandy

On New Year’s Eve 2000 (i.e. 31 December 1999) just before midnight, our “Millenium” gift arrived.

It was a sweeeet small beautiful kitten – peeking out of some rocks (an old covered up well) out the front of of our house.

We decided the kitten must have been 4 to 5 weeks old and so today is designated as Shandy’s birthday!!  Today Shandy is 14 years old.

If you go to the Categories of Posts on this site (on the right-hand side) and click on the drop down arrow, you will see Shandy has his very own Category of posts here on Fascinating Animals.   He is indeed a fascinating animal and is featured on the  “Our Animal Friends”   area of this site too.

Your cat or dog (or any other animal) companion can also be featured on a page of her/his own by going to  this   tab.

I have rather cleverly designed an interactive Happy Birthday  card for Shandy cat.

Please join in wishing him a very nice Birthday by clicking on  THIS  link for the birthday card.   This will open a “dialog” box which will ask if you want to Open or Save “Happy Birthday Shandy.doc” which is a Microsoft Word document.

Please save the Word document somewhere to your computer, then have fun once you open it up to read it.  Double-click on the “loud speaker” pictures/icons.  Make sure the volume on your computer is turned up a little.

If anyone is reading this post, please download the Birthday Card and make a comment on this thread about the card and to wish our beautiful Shandy a happy birthday.  You need a WordPress user name to leave a comment.  If you don’t have one, you can sign up for one  HERE.

Thank you from Shandy.

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The Cougar

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Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Carnivora
Family Felidae
Genus Puma

The symbolism of the Cougar is ease, grace, strength and focus.

The Cougar is the largest cat in North America.   Cougars are solitary and nocturnal, and are excellent hunters.  Cougar teaches decisiveness, and imparts resolve to those who come across the “Cougar” or have her (him) as their Totem Animal or as an animal ally.   The Cougar has a high sense of awareness and intuition, and can sense what is happening around her/him for miles, and thus can make the right decisions to both fend off danger and carry out other actions.

The Cougar spirit animal represents the Fury of the female spirit.  As a Mother, the female Cougar will fight violently to protect her cubs and feed them.   She will do whatever is necessary to provide for her cubs and ensure that they are always safe.

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Cat-man Do Furs-Day – No. 4 – a Good Scratch & a good Bed

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Well, I had most of this post ready for the last Thursday in JUNE, yes June 2013, but Mum forgot to post it back then.  Now not only the last Furs-day in June has passed, but also the last Furs-day in July.   When I at last pointed this out to Mum and politely asked her if she wanted me to continue my Column, she gave a gasp and said “oh no, it’s Cat-man Do Tues-day today, what shall I do?”   She had obviously gone “cuckoo” so I advised her why not wait until the next Furs-day and then post my Post even if it was not the last Thursday of the Month.  In this case, it is the first Furs-day of August.

This confused poor Mum no end.  After some blank looks, then looks of bewilderment, Mum muttered “I suppose I can do that, and then – you can still do your regular post on 29 August or if not, then in September or something or other.”  I tell you !!     So, here it is.  Stand by please, for my monthly Furs-Day post, and blame Mum for it being very, very LATE.

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