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The cat seldom interferes with other people’s rights. His intelligence keeps him from doing many of the fool things that complicate life. ~Carl Van Vechten


My condolences to the families, friends, acquaintances and associates of those who lost their lives and my thoughts and hopes for recovery go out to the victims of yesterdays tragedy.

The tigers’ wildcat eating strike ended Wednesday with each and every one cleaning his/her bowl. This episode ended as fast as it began. No harm, no foul I suppose. I don’t know if the rapid weather change was coincidental or what. Another tiger mystery.

It’s taken a few months but Mojo is now joining the chases that occur after they’ve been fed in the evening and had a little nap. Nagi, Ptah, Feurae and Mojo racing through the place, attacking, tumbling, scrambling, up over the furniture, jumping over other tigers. Mojo was on the bathroom sink counter last night and I got a claw grab as I walked by the door. Little devil is fully acclimated methinks.

Are You Lonesome Tonight

Slow week at Chez Tigre.
He who holds the Great Symbol will attract all things to him.
They flock to him and receive no harm, for in him they find peace, security and happiness.

Music and dainty dishes can only make a passing guest pause.
But the words of Tao possess lasting effects,
Though they are mild and flavourless,
Though they appeal neither to the eye nor to the ear.

Tao Te Ching, 35, Lao Tzu

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The ideal of calm exists in a sitting cat. ~Jules Reynard

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