Yes, folks, it’s what you’ve all been waiting for! The title gives it away: it’s competition time! Put your thinking caps on, cats and humans of the world, and give it a go! Work out the titles of eight songs on the most important topic in the world: felines (not just cats, okay?).


What do I have to do? Work out the titles of the eight popular songs below. The initials are given, as well as a clue for each (which you may or may not find very useful, but we meant well when we made it up, so give us some credit, please). It’s as easy as climbing a tree, really; nothing to it.

What’s in it for me? A FREE copy of Tigger’s excellent and by now hugely popular book, which just entered its second print run: Tigger: Memoirs of a Cosmopolitan Cat, delivered to your cat door. That must be worth a brain cell or two!

Where can I get help? Absolutely nowhere. Think about it: have you ever found the ‘Help’ function on your computer the slightest bit useful? There you go. For the completely lost among you, there’s always Google. Personally, I’d ask around among my cat friends first.

Does this program use Cookies? Only very occasionally; on a day-to-day basis, we prefer fish.

What if I really, really don’t understand the game?  Okay then, here’s a simple sample question: Question: TF – (not small paws)                            Answer: Tiger Feet!

See? It’s easy!


Ready? Great! Grab your mouse and get started:

1.      TYOTC - no, it's the monkey!

2.      TSCS - if you please...

3.      TLST - the end of insomnia

4.      WNPC - it's fairly old hat

5.      CFC - hot dogs

6.      CITC - should be in the cat bed, really

7.      TCCB - a bit of a boomerang, that one

8.      EOTT - perfect vision

Tigger and MumGot them all? Brilliant!

Send you answers to: by 20th September, please.

The first totally correct answer is THE WINNER!!! But shhhhhh …. don’t tell anyone else!

Your BFF


A Cats Purr

"Cats make one of the most satisfying sounds in the world: they purr ...

A purring cat is a form of high praise, like a gold star on a test paper. It is reinforcement of something we would all like to believe about ourselves - that we are nice."

Roger A Caras

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