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The Christmas story/poem competition has now closed.  The winners will be announced shortly - so watch this space! Thank you to those who took part.

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Catnip Corner

Catnip Corner

My main passions in life are cats and writing and this new section combines both quite nicely. This blog is the chatty bits which are usually found at the beginning of the Mewsletter and the Scratching Post but in a bid to make both of them more user friendly, I am cutting the chatter and putting it into a blog. I hope that you'll take time out to read them and more importantly, enjoy them! I always welcome feedback so please write to me using the contact us box.

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paws for thought

Paws For Thought

a place where you can stop off at any time of the day to rest a while; put your feet up; have a drink and relax – perhaps with your favourite feline on your lap or nearby.

Paws for Thought is a collection of quotations written by people from all walks of life on their passion for cats. I do hope you’ll enjoy them enough that you’ll want to come by often to just sit and find peace with your feline companion while you read.

A Message from Pauline

Carlo's Christmas

 A few stars were beginning to appear above Father Risolino's small town in the Italian Alps.   It was two days before Christmas, and the good weather was holding.  It was cold, but not the kind of cold that turns your blood to ice.  Not yet.   

     "Un miracolo," thought the priest.  A miracle for the people and especially for the cats, the stray cats. 

     As the priest scanned the neighborhood, he looked around for the strays that used to populate the town, but there wasn't even a fleeing shadow.   For generations the town had been famous for its willingness to feed and shelter strays.   Cats used to be seen slipping out from under cars or behind trees and prowling through the streets, where little cat cafes had been set up beside empty boxes lined with blankets, which made very cozy sleeping quarters.  But the townspeople had given up those practices, and now -- there were no gatti in sight! 

     "But the cats have to be out there," sighed Father Risolino, "cold, hungry and miserable, trying to fend for themselves."  The priest scratched his head.  How could he lure them out of their wretched hiding places and provide for them?  And why had his congregation stopped caring about the cats?      

 

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Top Ten Cat Names (2014)

 

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