…as you know, our UK Cat Correspondent, Matt, has been preparing for marriage. Good, un-cat-related news: IT HAPPENED.
I can only hope that Matt proposed to Kat (how perfect!) in the following manner. (Thanks to Kristin for completely rocking my world with this.)
Anyway, without further ado, here’s some more of Matt’s particularly awesome UK Cat News.
British Media Roundup – April 2011 – Part 2
This is late; I know. April is over. Still, there are lots of tidbits that I didn’t finish in time. This is one of them. Prepare yourself to be shocked (and I don’t mean because the cat magazine in question is below Practical Fishkeeping, Practical Poultry and Bird Watching). Now look closely, dear reader. As the headline from Your Cat magazine shows, April is the cruelest month. Oh my! ἀποθανεῖν θέλω.
“Is Your Cat Cheating On You?” I suppose that this is right up among the top of the list of fears for all cat lovers, that our cat-love is squandered, not reciprocated, or that it is not exclusive. But who are we cat-lovers kidding? We’re the perfect fit for that Corinthians quote—all patience and whatnot. That’s why we’re cat lovers. Alas, it is these same innocent qualities that lead some nefarious felines to take full advantage of us. Yes, reader, it could be you. According to this article, your feline could be visiting untold myriad cuckolders unbeknownst to you. Luckily, we have this article to let us know that there is help. Angela Lowe, the author and deputy editor of Your Cat is not afraid to “name and shame” these love-strays. You’ll remember her from such hard-hitting exposés as “It’s Official: Cats and Kids Do Mix,” “Mog-netic therapy: Angela Lowe Investigates Magnetic Therapy for Cats,” and the undercover report that has since become standard jurisprudence, “Moggy in the Middle: Don’t Let Your Cat Become a Pawn in a Bitter Divorce Battle.” If you think that your cat might be straying, you have to read this article. It could save your relationship with your cat.
A lot has been happening in Cat Town, UK. I’ll try to keep up as much as I can. I’m sorry if this post seems rushed, it’s just so important that I had to get it out to you as soon as I could.
All the best,
Your faithful UK Cat Correspondent,
Thank you, Matt, and happy marriage from all of us here in kitty cyberspace! (And Huntingdon.)
Molly, dedicated cat awesome neighbor lady, has found a home for zee leetle cute baby cat. Thank you so much to her summer camp for taking on a new friend!
(Ugh I’m going to miss you both.)