What can we learn about cats and life and souls from Development software? As it turns out, a lot.
For a cat contained in a hospital, Miriam was a far-ranging voyager. It’s still hard to grasp that she’s begun her last voyage.
Here’s something worth thinking about. If you meet someone named Gus, is it short for August, Augustine, Augustus, or Asparagus?
You’re too late for the Newport Folk Festival.* You too early for Chance the Rapper’s tour. But you’re right on time for the aural experience of your lifetime.
When is an apparent “no” the biggest “yes” in the universe? When you can’t help but shake your head “OH YEAH!” to everything you see.
In 1994, I adopted my first kitten.
Do not adjust your monitors. It is not The Holiday Season. This is a legitimate, urgent, bona fide usage of the Emergency Gratuitous Cat Photos System. Circumstances have dictated that we pelt you with pictures immediately. What circumstances? The cats have melted.
Simba has been home a full year! It’s hard to believe, honestly. It seems to have flown by, and at the same time, so much has changed in that time.
Summer is serious business. Its questions are timeless: Whatever happened to Frozfruit? Will the song of the summer be “Juice,” “Sucker” or “Old Town Road”? Where have all the kittens gone?
Editor’s note: The following post comes your way from the grand Famiglia di Ducky. May we heed The Duck’s call to marvel and rejoice at the cats and humans who duck our expectations. Life — and Ducky — are so much more complicated and magical than we first imagine… — A.H.