April 20, 2017

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Greetings!

Ralph and Cleo grew old in Hoboken, selling pyramid pizza by day and Ralph working at the museum every night.  They had 8 kittens – 5 girls & 3 boys – who all helped in the pizza parlor.  Every winter the whole family traveled to Egypt to visit Cleo’s family and climb the pyramids.  None of the kittens believed that cats ruled Ancient Egypt – but they humored their father when he brought it up.  But all 8 did become experts on Egypt and got jobs at the museum where their dad worked.  And that is the story of Ralph & Cleo & pyramids.

Good Day!

Whack

April 17, 2017

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Greetings!

Ralph mostly enjoyed Egypt.  He was a little hot – which he didn’t like.  But it was sandy – in places – and he liked that a lot.  But all the cats spoke a different language – so it was hard to communicate.  Still, he learned A LOT. And he got to visit the pyramids.  And the Sphinx.  And he met a very nice cat – Cleo – who was very smart and inventive and she came back to Hoboken with him.  They lived in his pyramid home and she perfected his pyramid pizzas (although they never became popular b/c people won’t buy pizza from a cat.  So Silly!)

Good Day!

Whack

April 12, 2017

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Greetings!

Ralph – my great great uncle – became so taken by pyramids that he moved into a pyramid shaped home.  And inside he had a pyramid litter box. And all of his cat toys – all cats have toys – were minin pyramids that he could bat around.  He even believed that his cat food tasted better when it was shaped like a pyramid.  He tried making pyramid pizzas (he was a pizza lover just like me) but they didn’t turn out very well. Eventually his coworkers at the museum got tired of listening to him talk about pyramids so they sent him to Egypt so he see some first hand.

Good Day!

Whack

April 7, 2017

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Greetings!

My great great uncle Ralph learned all about Egypt at the museum.  One night he came to the conclusion that Ancient Egypt was ruled by cats. My mother blames this on bad fish he ate, but Ralph had all sorts of ways to “prove” his point.  The Sphinx is mostly a lion… There were lots of paintings of cats at the exhibit…He got a feeling – like a tingle – in his left paw that he took as a sign that he was correct.  After he came came up with his theory he became obsessed with pyramids.

Good Day!

Whack

April 4, 2017

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Greetings!

My great great uncle Ralph lived in Hoboken, New Jersey.  Every night he traveled to a museum in New York City where he worked as a watchcat. He was supposed to prowl the halls hunting mice, but he spent most of his time looking at the exhibits and napping. Luckily there weren’t any mice at the museum so nobody noticed that he didn’t do his job. Ralph learned a lot at the museum (& Hoboken allowed cats to go to school), but he also had some crazy ideas.

Good day!

Whack

 

 

March 30, 2017

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Hello.

I know I said I was going to tell you stories about my family, but my roommates suggested that I explain cat family trees to you first.  Cats tend to have very large families.  And it isn’t unusual for families to spread out across the globe.  And we aren’t very good at keeping in touch.  So there are lots of gaps in our family histories.  And “facts” that are pretty questionable.  But we’re cats, so when things too crazy to be true we take a nap and all is well.

Good Day!

Whack