Like our bangin’ spice cabinet, this blog has truly got it going on. And, much like our spice cabinet, we owe the amount of overwhelming riches… mostly to other people. (Namely, our moms. Thanks, moms!)

We’ve got some kitties to share with you today, from mixed sources. (Namely youtube.) (Namely because I finally learned how to insert video in a clean and aesthetically pleasing manner, what’s uppppppppppp!)

Christie, Geneva, NY

Christie, longtime listener, multi-time caller, sends in this fancy cat show to liven up the blogosphere. It pleases me greatly to share this tidbit with you all. She’s right, I’m sure that Dave, owner of The Biggest Cat in the World, would certainly approve.


Quinn, Dubwyahhh, PA

Quinn, another fine friend and faithful cat contributor (ALSO HE’S IN MY LIVING ROOM RIGHT NOW) sends in an offering from the often-enjoyable Five Second Films series.

It contains everything I love! Kitties, fish, and remarks on environmental kindness! That Daly sure knows what I want.


Kristin, Mahopac, NY

Kristin, owner of Baby Cat, blogger at Not Intent on Arriving, editor of Call and Response, and general awesome amazing lady of grand pleasantness, somehow found the time to send me this today! It warms the cockles of the heart, indeed.


If only it was the 15th Century, we’d be mega rich.

Luckily, it’s 2011, and we find ourselves here tied carefully, sturdily together, in a town we love, surrounded by good, interesting friends, occupying ourselves with tasks we enjoy, within driving distance of our fantastic families, with just enough money to put (well-spiced) food on the table. CATS LIVE NEARBY.

Added bonus: we also have this highly acclaimed cat blog, which at the time of publication had 15,617 all time views. GARRROOWWWWWL!

I’d say we’re doing all right. Baby, it’s not so bad.


About bearicaquinn

Smallish, smushy in the sad parts, certainly destined for cat-lady-dom. Enjoys boats, bikes, black coffee, pug faces, sourdough bread, the morning when you have slept long enough, beards, mountainsides, art, rooftops, etc. Will continue to live in things that are interestingly shaped. So octopus.
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