Saturday, June 23, 2012

I Goggled cat theory the other day to see if this blog would come up in my search. I found out that the 'Urban Dictionary' actually has a definition of cat theory.

A cat chases, catches, plays with, tortures, then kills, and finally eats a rat. That is how cats act/behave.

The celebrity and sometimes mainstream media, the rag mags, and their online and catch a story or person that is bad/ with that story/person......torture (suck the money out of featuring) that story/person......AND when that story/person can't make the media any more money......they finally kill and eat (destroy) that toxic story/person!
The Octomom is living proof of the cat theory; she is being used by the media and will be destroyed WHEN the time comes that she can't make much money for them. Actually, the destruction has already begun.

The balloon boy parents are another example of the cat theory in action.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Avocado numnums

When I peel an avocado to make a lunch time snack, Simon the cat is right there waiting for his piece. I don't know why he likes avocados so much. I found it very strange so I looked up the nutritional information. It just so happens that God made avocados with lots of fat and protien. 3 oz of avocado has 15.4 grams of fat and about 2 grams of protein. There is also about 10 mg of sodium. Never seen a cat yet that didn't like salt. This is not a fruit for someone trying to lose weight. I don't eat much of them because I'm a little overweight. Simon is a tad overweight too. Maybe more than a tad. Maybe he should try the program I'm on: Oh, that wouldn't work for a cat, would it? But I lost 12 pounds on it since February and its now June.

Thursday, June 7, 2012


When I get up in the morning, the first thing I do is let the cats out. They anticipate that moment all morning, unless the weather is nasty. They prefer to be outside. The first thing they do is sit on the patio and sniff the fresh air. Then they look around to make sure the coast is clear before wandering into our garden and into the wooded green belt out back. The strangest thing happens though between 1:30 PM and 2 PM. They all come indoors, have a snack, and have an afternoon siesta for a couple of hours. I find this very amusing and wonder if they have built in clocks because they do this no matter if its overcast or blue skies.