Category Archives: Catblogging

Friday Catblogging: The Tower Of Terror

It’s not much of a tower and it’s not all that terrifying but that’s what we call it:

Friday Guest Catblogging: Punny Cats

You’ve met my friends Greg and Christy’s cats Harold and Scout in their pre-comedy act days. Harold is the straight man. He’s listening as Scout cracks wise. The script is by their human, Christy.

Friday Guest Catblogging: Meet Mini

Dennie the Den of Muses cat has a new friend. She’s a calico torti named Mini. She even has a rapper name, Mini D. Here she be:

Friday Catblogging: Space Heater Cats

It’s time for the latest installment in the continuing saga of Della Street and Paul Drake’s space heater love. It looks they’re doing yoga.

Friday Catblogging: Mr. Drake Is Ready For His Close Up

Here’s a picture Dr. A took of Paul Drake on his Gotcha Day: Twelfth Night.

Friday Guest Catblogging: Time Of The Season

It’s Carnival season. That means we’ll spending Saturdays working on this year’s Spank float for Krewe du Vieux 2019. That, in turn, means a special guest appearance by Dennie the Den of Muses cat:

The last word goes to the Zombies:

Friday Catblogging: Boxed In

Della and Paul have many boxes to choose from right now.

FYI, Sunday is PD’s gotcha day. He’s a Twelfth Night cat even if he prefers pizza to King Cake.

Friday Catblogging: Obligatory Box Picture

We spent the night in Red Stick on Christmas Eve and returned home the next afternoon. Della Street was indignant. Paul Drake was pitiful. Some things never change.

We revived PD’s spirits with a new box:

Sunday Catblogging: Who’s the baby?

Slade. Slade is the baby.


Friday Catblogging: Baked Drake

Sometimes Paul Drake gets so close to the space heater that he looks orange. I tried petting him when he was this close: he was too hot to handle. Oy just oy.

Friday Guest Catblogging: Why We Don’t Have A Christmas Tree

My friend Kyle’s cat, Little Buddy, is the scamp’s scamp, the imp’s imp. He’s always up to something: trouble is his middle name.

Little Buddy’s most recent antics are seasonal in nature. If there’s a Christmas tree in the house, a cat will mess with it. One of our past cats, Manet, was a plant eater/puker. She and her furry cohort also enjoyed messing with Christmas trees. We surrendered to their dominance years ago, which is a good thing since PD is so strong that he could knock a tree over just by scent marking it.

Kyle is a drummer, so he’s made of sterner (sillier?) stuff. He has a tree as well as the aforementioned cat named Little Buddy. The two collide in these pictures.

Friday Catblogging: Mr. Drake Goes To The Vet

Paul Drake had his first encounter with the pervert in the white coat aka our vet. He’s usually a confident cat, Jackson Galaxy would call him a “mojito cat.” He was nervous and none too pleased when the rectal thermometer went in. Who can blame him?

PD got a clean bill of health and weighed in at 16 lbs 6 ounces. He’s a big boy.

Here he is in his carrier:

Tuesday Catblogging

I don’t know if it’s the weather or what but all I wanna do is lay on the floor by the fake fire with the real furballs and nap like they do, occasionally waking up to say BISH PLEASE:


Sunday Night Catblogging

Who’s the prettiest baby kitty baby kitty? Who is? Who’s the sweetest fattest beast in all the land?


Friday Catblogging: The Willie McCovey Of Cats

I hope the post title got your attention. Willie Mac’s nickname was Stretch. Paul Drake knows from stretching too:

Friday Catblogging: Up Close & Personal

Here’s Paul Drake’s bliss face:

Friday Catblogging: Basking In The Glow

Della Street loves cold weather. Why? Space heaters. The other day, she demanded food way too early. I shut her up by turning on the space heater. So it goes.

Sunday Catblogging

The things Slade puts up with, honestly:


Friday Catblogging: Purple Reign

Even by feline standards, Paul Drake is a creature of habit. This is his latest perch:

Friday Catblogging: It’s Always Boxing Day For PD

I really should not do back-to-back box posts but this picture is impossible to overlook: