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Why Cat Women Will Save Civilization

We’ve all heard of Crazy Cat Ladies.  While the term often applies to women with an unusual number of cats, I’ve also heard it applied to women who love and care for cats, even in small numbers. 1,313 more words

BipolarOnFire reblogged this on Bipolar On Fire and commented:

I don't really like cats . . . at all . . . ever since one peed on my brand new couch. Cat pee is non-negotiable. Once that starts showing up, kitteh needs to pack her shit and get out! That said, this catevangelist has almost convinced me to run out and get another little feline fucker!

22 Reasons Why Cats Are Better Than Boyfriends

1. Cats will never lie to you.

2. Actually, they can’t even talk so you never have to listen to them say anything dumb.

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Living with Animals: That "Crazy" Title

Before moving to the farm, I always had dogs and cats, and usually a bird or two, pushing the legal limit for city dwellers. I planned my life around them: my apartments were pretty marginal, because those were the ones that allowed pets and the dogs needed a yard. 903 more words

Stable Relation

17 Basic Differences Between Dog People And Cat People

1. There are more dog people than cat people.

About six percent more US households own dogs than own cats. In survey after survey, people who say they love dogs outnumber cat-lovers by as much as five to one. 666 more words

Five Photographs: Isabella (Izzy) Norse

Today’s Five Photographs guest is Isabella Norse. Love dogwoods, dragons, cats, or hunting for fossils? Then this post is for you. Welcome, Izzy!

Something that represents something unique about you… 780 more words

Author Interviews

National Hug Your Cat Day!

Today is National Hug Your Cat Day…literally, there is a day for everything.

Are you a cat lover? Well today is the day that you can hug your cat or kitten and it’s purrfectly acceptable. 112 more words


I am a Failed WWOOFER.

When I moved from Boise to Austin, I decided to volunteer at an organic farm in northern New Mexico for two weeks en route through an organization called WWOOF-USA (Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms). 891 more words