Featured Cats of the Month
Residents of Windy Kitty Cat Café
The cats that we’re highlighting for the month of October – Lassie, Duke & Boxer, Chaplin and Bubbles, and Bradley – have all been overlooked for way too long. These cat are all friendly, charming, and gorgeous. Another thing that they all have in common is that they currently reside at Windy Kitty Cat Cafe. We’re hoping that this venue is the ticket to a forever home for all 6 of these snuggly babies. At the Windy Kitty Cat Café, interested parties can interact with adoptable cats as if they’re in their own living room. Lounge, play, talk, relax and get a feel for who you would like to have as a permanent part of your own living space.
At Windy Kitty Cat Cafe, reservations are recommended and a small fee is required (cats gotta eat). The return is well worth it. If you feel like one (or two) of these cats would make your life complete, make a reservation to meet them today.
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Interesting Finds in the News
THE MOVEMENT TO BURY PETS ALONGSIDE PEOPLE
The desire to be buried with a pet is nothing new. Eric Greene, a cultural anthropologist and the founder of the Green Pet-Burial Society, first realized that humans could be buried alongside their animal companions when he learned about a Natufian burial site from 10,000 BCE in what is now northern Israel. “In it lay the skeleton of a woman on her side and with a puppy’s skeleton by her head, her hand gracefully resting atop his head,” Greene remembers. READ ARTICLE
ELDERLY WOMAN ACCUSED OF TRAINING HER 65 CATS TO STEAL FROM NEIGHBORS
The Columbus Police Department opened an investigation on Ruth Gregson and her 65 cats in October after several neighbors reported small objects being stolen from their homes. Several victims reported being visited by Ms. Gregson’s cats before noticing the disappearance of several shiny objects, like valuable cutlery and pieces of jewelry. READ ARTICLE