Monday, February 6, 2017

'Cause a Cat's the Only Cat Who Knows Where It's At

Writing at the New Statesman, John Gray explores what cats can teach us about how to live our lives.

It's an interesting article and one that points out current efforts to reduce or even eliminate cats in some areas relies on some pretty significant misunderstandings of how the furry little psychopaths conduct their lives ("However we damn well please, primate." -- the cats).

And, to some surprise for those of us who have known cats and lived with them, the lessons are not limited to "It's never too early for a nap" and "There's never a wrong time to kill something and leave it on the porch."

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