International Cat Day

As if all the cat images on Facebook wasn't a perpetual Cat Day... However, I love cats.  My coffee cup tells me so. Some famous writers who are/were cat lovers includes Robert Heinlein, who managed to write cats as characters into some of his novels, including To Sail Beyond The Sunset (one of my favourites): Notice the

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Must Love Cats

I had a whole other post lined up for today, but it didn’t happen for a number of reasons (long story … isn’t it always a long story, have you noticed?) Anyway, over the next few months, I will be having a lot of guest authors on the blog, just to break up the sound

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What if We Weren’t The Top Cats?

Pippin Superiority of an individual or a species over another is a harsh lesson to learn, but nature is harsh – it keeps handing this lesson out whether you want it or not.  Humans have been at the top of the food chain for a very long time.  But what if we weren’t?

CATS is Thirty-One Today.

Cats, a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber opened on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theater in New York City, 1982.  Thirty-one years ago today. Wow. I was fortunate enough to see Cats at the Sydney Opera House a year or so later. It ran at the Opera House for over a year.  (Of course, I