It’s Valentine’s Day and I love my cats dearly. But sometimes with love, comes pain. That’s what I discuss in the chapter entitled “Love Hurts” in my book Makin’ Biscuits – Weird Cat Habits and the Even Weirder Habits of the Humans Who Love Them. Like the time Zee used Dan’s head as a launch pad to fling himself across the room in pursuit of whatever dangerous predator fabricated itself in our living room. Or like when Peanut makes biscuits on my tummy with such gusto that my stomach starts to gurgle in protest because it feels like she’s rearranging my innards! Or when Zoey attacks my toes when I sit on the couch because she thinks they are monsters that are going to harm me! Read more
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Noooooooooooooooooooo!!! Another year couldn’t have possibly flown by, but alas, it has! Seems like just yesterday I shared a post about Mia, Peanut, and Rolz turning 7, and now I’m sharing one to wish them a happy 8th birthday! So, without further adieu, Happy 8th Birthday to my precious, sweet darlings! Despite your adult age, you will always be kittens in my heart and I love you all so very much. I’ve watched you grow up – literally from the time you were in your mama Zoey’s belly, to now, where you’ve grown into such distinctly unique and wonderful beings. Read more
It’s 2017 and as we venture into a new year it’s time once again to reflect on life. Rather than focus on resolutions, I like to focus on a particular mindset to guide me through the days. I’ve been doing it for several years now and having a clear focus helps me to balance my mental and physical health, emotional clarity and well-being, and the direction I want to take my professional and personal life. Read more
From our house to yours, holidays wishes from all of us at Zee and Zoey’s Cat Chronicles for a Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, or whatever you may celebrate this time of year. We hope you are blessed with a beautiful day and wishes for a happy, content, and peaceful upcoming New Year.
Love from all of us – Deb, Dan, Zee, Zoey, Mia, Peanut, Rolz, Kizmet, and Jazmine.
Years ago, Thanksgiving was one of those family holidays for me deep rooted in time-tested routines and traditions. But as I get older, I find it nearly impossible to recreate the past. Some traditions remain, some are replaced, and some quietly drift to the wayside, parked as private memories, tucked into the back recesses of my mind. Read more