I cant remember the name of the Peter Sellers film where he takes a cat who is reclining on his desk and uses it as a blotter. I think Sellers played a lawyer.
Now they do it on keyboards instead of manuscripts. Touch screens are especially fun with critters.
Kitteh esteems your work nawt!
Nothin new- It`s called pussyfootin`\ and pussyfootin` around for centuries here
Check out the manuscript pictured at the link, T-C.
And how is it that a cat is able to walk across your keyboard and magically push some combination of keys that does something to your computer that it takes you an hour to figure out how to undo it?
It’s diabolical, I tell you what.
WHERE DO YOU THINK THE PHRASE “CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT.” CAME FROM?...................
I am the Cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me.
Feles medievales potest habere cheezburgers
Roman-era Ft. Vancouver brick has paw prints
by Keely Chalmers
February 27, 2013 at 6:04 AM
VANCOUVER - A brick unearthed decades ago at Fort Vancouver is back in the spotlight.
The brick was first discovered buried in the ground on the site around 1950, but a recent analysis of its make-up now shows the brick dates back some 2,000 years, all the way back to the Roman Empire.
One of the most interesting aspects of the brick is what was likely not supposed to be on it.
If you look closely at one of its corners youll see two tiny paw prints. Archaeologists suspect its the work of an ancient Roman kitty cat.
We kind of jokingly call it the Celtic Kitty, jumped up on this wet brick probably close to 2,000 years ago and memorialized itself for all eternity, said Bob Cromwell, an archaeologist at Fort Vancouver.
Mamma Spook kitty’s additional to a paper I am currently working on. She was not pleased when I told her that I was not going to list her as a co-author. :-)
I had only been married a few months and we had friends over. I had made my very first cheese cake and went into the kitchen to bring it into the dining room. It had a row of little kitty prints across it. I took a spatula, smoothed it over, and served it. No one died.
This is what kittehs do. Along with shedding, it is one of their primary life-missions.