The Pets of War

Soul Mates According to the National Institute of Health, various studies show that owning a pet, particularly a cat or dog, can have many benefits for people. They include; decreased stress, lower blood pressure, reducing loneliness, increasing feelings of social support and improving one’s mood. There are also other aspects that bond a person withContinue reading “The Pets of War”

Communication Breakdown

Dial M for Missing Chester likes to brag about his ability to make phone calls to order stuff; kibble, toys, cat magazines, etc. He apparently isn’t the only feline who knows how to work a phone. After missing for 8 months, Barnaby, a black two-year-old from Braintree in Essex, England, was discovered by his ownerContinue reading “Communication Breakdown”

Corpus Delicious

Catibalism Will Your Cat Eat Your Corpse? That headline from Wired got my attention and the answer isn’t reassuring either. Given the right circumstances; 1) you’re dead, 2) your cat is starving, 3) your dead body and starving cat are all alone with no way out for kitty, yeah, you’re on the menu. The findingsContinue reading “Corpus Delicious”

Schooled by Cats

Teacher’s Pet New Mexico’s Governor has called out the National Guard; not to deal with a flood, or quell a riot, but to be school teachers. Since October, the state has had more than 1,000 unfilled teaching positions and COVID-19 is only adding to the shortage. As a result, Governor Lujan Grisham put out the wordContinue reading “Schooled by Cats”

What’s the Frequency, Cat?

Hello Houston, We Have a Cat Problem “Starlink is designed and tested to handle a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions including snow, hail, sleet, heavy rain, and extreme heat. Starlink is not designed to handle hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, meteors, dinosaurs, or other extreme forces of nature.” From Starlink website, describing conditions that mayContinue reading “What’s the Frequency, Cat?”

Who’s the Boss?

The Battle of Vitamix Though Canada doesn’t have the volume of involvement in military conflicts as the United States, they don’t shy away from fighting, and we’re not talking hockey brawls. Canada has taken part in many of the greatest conflicts in recent memory; World War I, World War II, Korea and Afghanistan. Now, it’sContinue reading “Who’s the Boss?”