2015 Bad Cat Page-a-Day calendar under way!
It is that time of the year again… we need fresh, hilarious pics of your cats for the Bad Cat 2015 calendar. If you have the right stuff, please send hi-res pics to email@example.com.
If your cat is used, the reward is as usual a free Bad Cat 2015 calendar, shipped at our cost to you around Oct ’14.
Some Vids to keep you relaxed!
The infamous SLOTH LOVES CAT (not like that!)
Then the Markos Buzzcut Challenge
More cats on their way!
I have about 50 cats in the captioning pipleline. Currently they are being perused and abused by the MCHY forum members. So, keep an eye out for that in the next week. I don’t have as much time as I used to with regards to keeping stuff up to date here.
But… who cares?
That question follows naturally from me worrying about keeping the site up to date, does it not? Does anyone actually read this stuff? Or come here for new cats when they are up? Used to be we had new cats every few days. Well, in economic times like these… hehehe.
Oh hey! This is a sad, but true story about Athena Baxivanos’ cat Chintamani: when Athena left Seattle to go live in Florida, she left the four cats behind with me. Why be responsible, she thought, let Jim deal with it. Well, I had to give one of the cats away because it would not make the trip to Florida easily. It was only a few days after I arrived in Florida that I found out the poor elderly cat had been killed by the new owner’s dog in a random fit of aggression. I had apprehension about leaving the cat in a house with a nutty Navy Vet and his crazy dog, but I thought the cat would at least die a natural death.
I was wrong Very sad. When Athena Baxivanos would ask about how the cat was doing, I had to tell her the cat was fine and enjoying life in the Pac NW, when in fact the opposite was true! The cat had been demised since almost day one.
There is the story about the family heirloom vase that she left behind, also. When I arrived vase-less in Pensacola, I didn’t have the heart to tell her that I sold it to a little old Mexican lady during my yard sale for $1.00. That lady really loved that vase. I guess Athena Baxivanos loved it too, but who cares? Not me. I’d do it again to see that old woman’s wrinkled, toothless smile as I took her Washington and handed generations of memories away.
The way I look at it, Athena Baxivanos can just ask her roommate, the inimitable Dave Holland, to find her another one. They good like dat!
Now, back to the whiskey and another blunt.
That is all. – Jim