I don’t know how I have gleaned all these friends and admirers, but I am beyond pleased to call these people mine. Thank you.
from Kristin, Mahopac, New York
from Grandma, Scranton, Pennsylvania
Grandma, for someone who claims that cats “give [her] the creeps”, you sure do send me a lot of blog fodder.
from Quinn, DuBabe-City, USA
I can only guess that this appropriately-sultry video is a brief glimpse into what will be my 30s. I cannot wait.
from Christina, Brooklyn, New York and Pete, Portland, Orgeon
How is it possible that two people of opposite sexes from opposite coasts can, on the same day, send me the same adorable cat video? Friends who have never met, let me introduce you. Christina, Pete; Pete, Christina.
This video made me scream; it is so, so cute.
from Christie, South Berwick, Maine
This is part two of what my future life will be like, once Jake realizes that he can boat around the world without the burden of his sad-brained cat-fiend first rate mate and then I will move to some obscure city and fill up my tiny apartment with about seventeen cats or more and then this will happen.
from Molly, across the hall, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
This, my Charming Lady of the Ivied Apartment Building with Train Sounds, presents to me as “my true present”.
(The meows sound precisely like every morning for us now– little black baby cat demands we wake up early each day to just hang out with him in the living room– Jake throws socks at him to make him stop, but it’s no use.)