About the cat in Times Square… Traveling with George the Cat in Times Square and New York City By David Stone Of course, I was aware as you would be that a cat’s […]
Deborah Julian’s Black Cat In a Box Christmas Cards are holiday favorites, every year. Bursting with color, they catch the hearts of black cat lovers and others.
When George died is a short poem about a cat who changed my life…. When George died,every cat in the universesstopped purring for precisely one second.The change in vibrations never reversed. More […]
The Gothamist, a robust independent New York City online news source, published a comprehensive guide to helping cats. It’s locally oriented but is applicable almost anywhere. I’m linking it here because it […]
A cat brings flowers… That’s not the question. It’s “Why?”
Catwoods Porch Party is one of my favorite blog posts. Black cats are special, and Franklin is especially. Here’s his life enriching story.
A woman can’t survive on wine alone, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth trying… Seriously, though, wine soothes, relaxes, emboldens. A Woman Cannot Survive on Wine Alone T-Shirt by TrevorStar Click […]
Cats in New York City is a free chapter from Travels with George: New York, a story about the cats’ visit to New York’s real Little Italy, Arthur Avenue in The Bronx.
About this Matisse cat art parody… Still life paintings are a problem with cats. A big one. The trouble starts with the word “still.”
Beautiful blue cat art with Matisse Goldfish inspires our most popular chapter in Famous Artists’ Cats: The Book. By David Stone/Artwork by Deborah Julian Hardly a day goes by when one or more […]