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THE TWO PILGRIMS
by Inkee-Bear, Spirit on Nov 20 2017 Add Comment

SPIRIT: What's a pilgrim? INKEE: a traveler in foreign lands. SPIRIT: I was born in Kansas so I'm a pilgrim. INKEE: Kansas is a state, not a foreign country. SPIRIT: I'm an Egyptian Mau--I came from Egypt--a foreign country. INKEE:  Sigh. I'm a Scottish Fold so I must be from Scotland. Happy Thanksgiving to all you pilgrims out there...

TALKIN' TURKEY
by Sophee on Nov 20 2017 Add Comment

This is one bold turkey. Go away, turkey. This is a 'cats-only' cat-tree -- let me be real clear -- this cat-tree is a 'turkey-free' zone. I don't want to hear any gobble, gobble, gobble-dee-gook -- just split.  Oh, oh --Do you hear what I hear? Meowmuh is calling you. She wants you in the kitchen. 

WHAT'S A VET-R-IN?
by Spirit on Nov 11 2017 Add Comment

Vet-r-in's Day? What's a vet-r-in anyway? Do they give shots? Clip nails? No? Good. So, a veteran was a hooman that fought for Meowica. Are dogs vet-r-ins? What about cats? Are there any cat veterans? They can fly, stalk, hunt & kill things--well, little things. It makes me purr when I think of all you vet-r-ins. Thank you for your sacrifice & service & for keeping Meowica safe!...

WATCH ME CATCH ONE!
by Gracee on Nov 4 2017 Add Comment

(If you can't see this video, click on the above Title) My moniker is 'Gracee Fast Paws.'  I'll get one of these critters. Some moths don't have mouth parts. They drink nectar. Weird, huh? Moths are eaten by bats, owls, birds, lizards, CATS, dogs, rodents & some bears. In Africa, the larvae & caterpillar are eaten & are an excellent source of nutrition. ...

DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE
by Gracee on Nov 4 2017 Add Comment

Do you know how much work this is? It takes focus, it takes commitment, it takes tilting your head one way & then the other. One moth is valued: The silkworm moth has been farmed for thousands of years by the Chinese for the silk they create to build their cocoons. The silk industry produces 130 million kg (1 kg = 2.2 lbs)  of silk worth about $250 million each year.

OFFICIAL MOTH GUARD
by Gracee on Nov 4 2017 Add Comment

Do you know what pests some of these little things can be? They can eat Meowmuh's clothes & our blankets. I want to know why they are so obsessed with artificial light. Yes, they fly around & around it--they won't go away. They want to come inside. I dare 'em, I double dare 'em! Watch my video: "WATCH ME CATCH ONE!"

THERE'S WHAT BEHIND ME?
by Inkee-Bear on Oct 30 2017 Add Comment

What'd you say? Two witches behind me? No way. They're gonna' get me? No way. Believe me, trust me. No witch, with or without a broomstick, is ever gonna' catch me. If I can make Spirit run & cry, then I can make anybody run & cry. Spells? Witches put spells--? No way. Trust me. Have a safe & HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

SOPHEE INVESTIGATES THE CREEPY THING
by Sophee on Oct 30 2017 Add Comment

I gotta' take this Hallow-weird investigation into my own paws. The pun-kin's harmless. But, what is this thing? It's black all over--like a little Inkee-Bear? No, no. Look at all those legs. It climbed up here? Or dropped down from--? Like Spider Man? Wait, I know--it's a big spider!

SOPHEE IGNORES THE.......
by Sophee on Oct 30 2017 Add Comment

Why so much orange? Cause of Hallow-weird--Halloween? Why are these "things" sittin' here? Too weird. I mean, if you're lookin' at my pic, are you left like totally speechless? meowless? An orange pup-kin? It makes a yowlin, ghoulish sound that makes me literally flee to my blanket. No, not on it, under it. Know what I mean?

BLACK CATS IN EGYPT
by Inkee-Bear on Oct 20 2017 Add Comment

Egyptian's royal households revered we black cats. We were adorned in jewels & allowed to eat off their plates. We were the symbol of Bastet, the black cat-headed Goddess of Protection. They believed that she would become part of their cat & would grace their home with riches, prosperity and fertility. In Egypt, the death of a cat was mourned like a family member & was mummified....

NATIONAL BLACK CAT DAY - FRIDAY, OCT. 27
by Inkee-Bear on Oct 20 2017 Add Comment

Hey you Black Cats. Let's celebrate! Friday Oct. 27 is National Black Cats Day. DID YOU KNOW:  22 breeds can come with solid black coats. The Bombay breed is exclusively black. Black coats are more prevalent in males. Genetic mutations make us more resilient to disease. Excessive melanin causes our coats to be black. We're easy to name. Adopt one of us.

HOMEWATCH'S HOME CARE
by Gracee on Oct 4 2017 Add Comment

Meowmuh needed help for a few days after she got out of the hospital 'cause she's the only hooman that takes care of us. She wanted hoomans who liked cats & weren't allergic. She found HomeWatch. They liked us & we liked them. Here, HomeWatch's Amalia plays with us.