Monday, September 18, 2017

Remember Me Thursday—Cat Lives Matter

Today I'd like to write to remind you of a very important date. As a former street and shelter cat, I'd like to get as many furrends as I can involved with this great cause. September 28 aka Remember Me Thursday® will be here before you know it.

Remember Me Thursday—Cat Lives Matter

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Pop Art Princess

I have to keep my voice low cos I'm posting from the Hoity Toity Museum where I've hung my art. I want to thank you all for the blogoversary wishes yesterday. It means a lot to me. I've hung my art in this museum but I don't think they appreciate it. Could it be cos I hung it over one of their "art" pieces? They've got all these "famous" people hanging on the walls—not the people but painting with the people's faces on them. I dunno who Frida is but I'm photobombing her. My image is prolly the most famous one hanging there and they should be thanking me.

Pop Art Princess

Friday, September 15, 2017

Flashback Friday on My Blogoversary

Somehow It just seems right to have a Flashback Friday Foto Frenzy with Friendly Fill-Ins today. Try saying that fast a few times. On September 15, 2009, a new cat blog was born called The World's Most Stunning Cat. We've shortened the name of the blog even though I'm still the world's most stunning cat. No big pawty for number eight but it's worth mentioning. I'm not going to get into how and why this blog started since I recently did that. This is my 1,410th post and I thank you for the 33,492 comments we've received from our readers. I dunno how much longer we will continue but I hope you'll stay along on the journey. Now it's business as usual.

Flashback Friday on My Blogoversary

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Wiseass Wondering on Wednesday

My readers have probably guessed by now that I am smarter than the average cat. Still there are some things that baffle me. Most center on TW since I spend the most time with her and she's—how do I say this politely—kinda odd. That wasn't polite but it's to the point. I could have said eccentric.

Wiseass Wondering on Wednesday

So what I'm wondering today is …

Monday, September 11, 2017

A Time for Reflection—September 11, 2001

Every September 11 since I started blogging I’ve rerun this piece Pop wrote because, thankfully, I have new readers who may not have read it. Although over a decade and a half have past since these terrorist attacks, both Pop and TW can recall the events of that terrifying day as if it was yesterday. Both worked in New York City at the time. It's a long post and I thank anyone who reads it.

A Time for Reflection—September 11, 2001

With all the natural disasters—floods, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, fires in the west, earthquake in Mexico—it's easy to forget that this is the anniversary of an unnatural disaster. An act of war. Planes struck both towers of the World Trade Center in NYC, the Pentagon and one was downed in Shanksville, PA. Over 3000 people were killed. Among them were innocent people at work doing their jobs and first responders from FDNY, NYPD and Port Authority cops. It's easy for those not in the tristate area to focus on what's going on now and consider the events of 9/11 old news.

It's not "old news" for those in 2017 still suffering life-threatening illnesses from breathing the air at Ground Zero or the children living in lower Manhattan who were exposed to chemicals released while the buildings burned. Those children are showing early signs of heart disease risk.

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