Flicka is showing off her stripey nose and her extra toes:
…where they scare cats and dogs, trigger PTSD in war veterans, and are illegal.
companionably eating their dinner together. And should be no fighting over the food bowls, with four bowls for four cats:
Apparently there’s plenty of room for both boy cats on the ottoman:
Let me unconfuse you, as I earlier had to unconfuse myself. Unless you are Polish, or live(d) in a predominantly Polish neighborhood (like the northern tip of Dorchester), you surely think that a Polish pastry is called a pączki (pronounced… Read More ›
No, it’s not Margaret Atwood. We’re talking about The Madness of Crowds, by Louise Penny. It’s not nearly as dystopian as Atwood’s vision, but it still nudges us in that direction. This is the newest (#17) novel in the Armand… Read More ›