Advice from Cats #5

If the cat-guru you serve ever displays a bit of an attitude with you, don’t take it personally. She’s merely trying to convey some great Catvice: An ounce of disdain outweighs a pound of aggression. Next time, try to be more prompt with the kibble.

Advice from Cats #4

Cats are mysterious creatures. They sometimes behave in strange ways. But that strangeness is a mere illusion. Everything your cat does will make sense once you give in and take your cat’s advice on how to live your best life. For example, in our home, any item that falls to the floor—dirty laundry, a reusable … More Advice from Cats #4

Advice from Cats #2

Prepare yourself, for our wise catguru has descended from on high (i.e., the top of the kitchen cabinets) to bestow upon us another piece of wise Catvice: It is only within the confines of a cardboard box that you will experience what it is to be truly free. Our cat Smidgen has mastered this principle.

Advice from Cats

I have trouble comprehending a lot of things in this world. But what puzzles me most–what’s more difficult for me to understand than rocket science, or calculus, or someone with a really thick Cockney accent and a mouth full of peanut butter-and-honey sandwich—is human behavior. I’ve been doing some character sketches on my work-in-progress lately, … More Advice from Cats

Frittering Away My Days

Sometimes when I’m at work enduring a painfully long, aimless meeting, I think that this whole stable, responsible, grown-up lifestyle is keeping me from experiencing a life of complete joy and fulfillment. Like every other working stiff, I look forward to 5:30, can’t wait to make it to the weekend, and daydream about retirement. I fantasize about … More Frittering Away My Days