Captain's Cabin

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Dogs have owners, Cats have staff.
Cleo on the Beach - Dianna
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Be kind to animals!
Terry & Friend
Have lunch with Hockey Player!


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House Panthers


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Tuxie Gang Hideout


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Pink Ladies


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Coat of Many Colors


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Got Nip?


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Kats Cat of the Day
Nov. 7, 2007


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I've been limericked






Thanks to Mickey for this award!


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Extraordinary Gold Star Award
Thanks to Chey for this award!


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Bloggers of the World Award
Catnip Corner has given me this wonderful award!


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You make my day award
I have recieved this award from Gretchen and Mr. Hendrix!


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Thinking Blogger Award
Thanks to Kitty Limericks, MoMo and Sunny for this great award!


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Toadally Awesome Award

Thanks to Wild Cats Three for this award.


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Inpiring Blog Award

I have received this award from Mickey.


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Excellent Blog Award

Thanks to St. Louis Meezers and Wild Cat's Three for this Award!


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Caring Cat Award

Mickey has given me this Award!


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Award
Thanks to Sunny & Ollie for this award!


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Award
Presented to me by Digicats (& Dogs) a.k.a. my Bean!


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Friday, May 1, 2015

Happy May Day!

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Wishing effuryone a fabulous May Day and a Bounteous Beltane!

Head boops and purrs to you all!

Beltane is the Gaelic May Day festival. Most commonly it is held on 1 May, or about halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Historically, it was widely observed throughout Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals—along with Samhain, Imbolc and Lughnasadh—and is similar to the Welsh Calan Mai.

Traditionally it is the time that livestock are sent to their summer grazing grounds and prayers and rituals are enacted to ensure a good harvest in the fall.

Currently, most people consider Beltane a fertility holiday, which make it appropriate for Cats, who have been used many times in many different religions as fertility symbols. (In Egypt for example, if human wished for little ones, they would make offer to Bast and ask for her to bless them with children.)