Happy Easter from England!

Mayhaps you have met our dashing UK Cat Correspondent, Matt. Turns out they celebrate Easter in England too! (At least in the form of cat blog submissions.) Here is love from his country to ours.

April UK Media Roundup

In the spirit of Easter and all things Cat, I give you this:

Fire crew in Rusholme save kitten from house fire and resuscitate it with oxygen mask

That’s right folks—this little fellow here was resuscitated. Remind you of anyone this time of year? Who needs three days when you’ve got the Heroes from the Moss Side Fire Station on your side?

Some other headlines courtesy of the Daily Mail:

Missing cat reunited with its delighted owner 16 YEARS after it first disappeared

And finally:

How can a postie be scared of me? Snowball’s ‘attacks’ halt mail deliveries (despite being only 10ins tall)

“Snowball’s supposedly bloodthirsty nature has come as something of a surprise to her owner, Ian Wilkinson… ‘Although I acknowledge that my cat is a very intelligent animal, she is not able to lift up a spring-loaded flap, keep it open, push her paw through a double brush guard and maul an unsuspecting delivery person in the time it takes to deliver a letter.’”

Keep telling yourself that, Ian Wilkinson, keep telling yourself that.

That’s all for April.
All the best to all you faithful Cat-Blog readers!
Your UK Cat-Blog Correspondent,
M

Matt, we are sending you all the American love we can muster. Come visit, and we’ll look for cats together and then I’ll watch you play that soccer game with Roy.

ALSO: happy anniversary!! Matt has been blogging with us one year now. We are honored to have such a faithful and dedicated cat correspondent working for us. And by us I mean me. We love you. And by we I mean all of us.

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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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