Wednesday, March 30, 2016

When Butterflies Hurt

Clearly Boris takes the game of Butterfly very seriously.



Disclaimer: No real butterflies were hurt while playing the game, but the human is covered in bandages and no longer likes butterflies or cats. Carrying a bouncing toy on a string while daydreaming can be dangerous to your health. Should a cat start to crawl up your leg to reach any toy remember to stop, drop and roll preferably into a bottle of hydrogen peroxide. It should also be noted that cats can jump very high and wearing a protective mask wouldn't be a bad idea. Side effects can be dangerous and sometimes fatal. If you experience bleeding for more than four hours, consult a physician.
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Thursday, March 24, 2016

Happy Birthday Boris

Today we celebrate Boris turning 2-years-old. There will be presents, tuna and extra cuddles for the little cat that hasn't slowed down since the day he was adopted. When I picked him out from the volunteer organization that had fostered him and many other cats, the woman said, "He is a strange cat, a real handful." Truer words have never been spoken.
Big brother Whiskey begrudgingly made a video to celebrate Boris' birthday. Check it out here http://bit.ly/1Sk1nnC 







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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Busting black cat myths


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Saturday, March 5, 2016

The Satellite Thief


This is a public service announcement warning citizens across the world that your satellite TV service could be in jeopardy. One Boris Tiberius Wilson is wanted in connection with a string of stolen satellite dishes.
The suspect shortly after gaining roof access
The suspect is described as 17 inches tall, with green eyes, black fur and a 12-inch tail.

Photographs taken by a witness, who, in fear for her life asked to remain anonymous, show the cat burglar brazenly casing rooftops, trailers and motor-homes in search of satellite dishes he can sell on the black-cat market to felines longing for more channels and HD choices. 


In the most recent incident Boris, AKA, Sneaky Pants, was seen at about 2:45 p.m. climbing a ladder to gain roof access on the 400 block of Whiskey Lane in Los Osos, CA. 

Although his attempts to disable the satellite dish were thwarted by the home’s occupant, the fiery feline did exhibit his trademark  behavior to get what he wanted. Boris uses charm, common among psychopaths, such as head bumps, rolling on his back and tiny meows to lure victims into a state of complacency and trust.

Sneaky Pants spots a dish on another rooftop
Dish Network and Direct TV have joined law enforcement efforts to capture the thief who it is estimated could cause millions of dollars in damages.

On the other hand, the local cable company began yet another round of robo-calling customers to convince them to purchase a bundle deal no matter how many times the customers have begged them to stop calling.



Police have been in contact with the suspects estranged brother, Whiskey Pickle Jones, who expressed deep remorse for the life of crime Boris has chosen. Whiskey said he will report his brother to police if he sees him around the food bowl. Further, he will recommend severe, if not lifetime, sentencing to the judge based on Boris' past behavior.
The suspect's brother is clearly upset over the news


Police warn that Boris is small but crafty. They advise that if the suspect is spotted to avoid contact and to call 911 immediately.  






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