A Love Song About A Cat, by Larry Havluck

Cats just seem to bring out the amusingly strange in people.

I honestly have no idea what this song is actually entitled, or what the tune is, but I love the lyric. I scooped it from a reader comment from this article: http://newsfeed.time.com/2014/01/07/actually-your-cat-thinks-you-are-a-giant-cat/?iid=nf-article-mostpop1

If anyone has a link to a video or audio of this tune, I’d love to include it.

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>>> From the brilliant musical mind of Larry Havluck <<<

Half a field mouse on the back porch,
Quarter rabbit by the door.
A piece of some poor fish I didn’t see the day before.
To really be specific,
My cat is too prolific,
And I pray she doesn’t bring me any more.
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It’s such a pleasure in the morning when you stumble out of bed,
And your foot lands on a furry mound of something cold and dead.
It a treat your cat has brought you,
A snack that she has caught you.
It’s so nice of her to first remove its head.

The Cat On The Rack Meows Back [Photo]

Okay, this looks like a modern case of the Feline Inquisition, but it’s actually a common medical procedure for dogs and cats. It just looks creepy as hell.Read on. ~ Mike

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NPPA [Photo] award winner

La Shinda Clark,
©The Philadelphia Inquirer

In the photo, volunteer Cameron Tarzwell, 13, cleans loose hair that has been shaved from an anesthetized cat, Princess, in preparation for an operation.

La Shinda Clark, photographer at The Philadelphia Inquirer and 1995 Scholar, won third place for feature photos in the National Press Photographers Association 2003 Best of Photojournalism contest. In the photo, volunteer Cameron Tarzwell, 13, cleans loose hair that has been shaved from an anesthetized cat, Princess, in preparation for an operation. Tarzwell has been assisting a veterinarian for four years. The photo was one in a picture story on a spaying and neutering program in Chester County in Pennsylvania.

KITTYCAM: What Your Sweet, Harmless Little Kitty Is Doing When You’re Not Watching [VIDEO]

 Your cat has a secret life when it’s outside. The Kitty Cam project is an attempt to see the world they way your cat does when you’re not watching. The videos are ‘rough’ (cats make poor cinematographers), but as a peek into an unknown feline world, are fascinating.

The National Geographic & University of Georgia

Kitty Cams (Crittercam) Project

“A window into the world of free-roaming cats”

http://www.kittycams.uga.edu/photovideo.html