Your Last Cat Pic of 2007

Because I know there would be a riot if there wasn’t one.

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

49 replies on “Your Last Cat Pic of 2007”

O Great Scalzi, what a magnificent picture of Her Shimmering Radiance and His Mightiness. About time.

The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club has unanimously awarded you the coveted

The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club Seal of Approval Award
(expires the end of 2007)

Keep up the good work. We also expect that you will kick off 2008 with another picture or dozen of Her Magnificence tomorrow.

The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club

AAAAAAHHH CHHOOOOO! ::blows nose, rubs itching eyes, reaches for Benadryl::

Absolutely lovely cats, John, but did you have to let them shed on your blog?

Prolly an old story for long time readers but where did you come up with a name like Ghlaghghee? Did he/she suffer from furballs at a young age thus making Ghlaghghee like noises and earning that as a name? By the way I am not a cat hater. Contrary, I love cats and my current and past cats especially.

Weirder than Ghlaghghee being an alternate spelling of fluffy is Juan Herrera being pre entered into the name field when I returned to read more comments. Oh wait, Juan Herrera is an alternate spelling of Rembrant.

bug report. Kodi Appreciation Society was already entered into the name field this time. I did run a spyware/cookie killer this afternoon so maybe it’s me. It usually is. At anyrate happy 2008 to all.

At least yours get along evidently. Our original two never really got along, they just tolerated each other. And now that we have six of them, even the two litter mates we have only seem to tolerate each other. Not that we’ve ever had a chance to properly introduce them together, they always get thrown together to go find their hiding places. Except for the stray cat that was the first one to use our cat door and refused to be thrown out of the house. She spent a month on one pillow on the couch, only leaving to eat and to sometimes use the outdoors for the bathroom. She was a pretty old cat to begine with, although she was the size of a kitten. She will be missed.

If there were no last cat picture of 2007, that would mean that you would have had to post an infinite number of cat pictures in 2007. In which case you would have bigger problems than riots.

Dana Jean:

My cat, Pixel, looks rather like Lopsided Cat (click my username to see a picture of her). I’ve been told by the pet groomer that worked at her vet’s office that she’s at least part Maine Coon, and I believe that Janice at the Whateveresque made much the same comment. But Pixel is, as John said of LC, a generic mixed breed (she was a stray kitten when I got her).

Oh hugh, Pixel is a beautiful girl. I can definitely see Maine Coon in her. How much does she weigh? Apparently they are the largest breed in the domestic cat family, right?–Ragdolls being second largest.

Thanks for sharing that. I love to see people’s pets. Especially Cats because, yes my friends, cats are very kewl.

“Mr. Scalzi said: Both Lopsided Cat and Ghlaghghee are generic mixed breeds (they share the same mother, in fact), they just have definite breed markings.”

That is amazing that they share the same mother, I would have never picked them out as relation. Sort of like Forrest Gump and Bubba.

I’m sure this has been answered, but why is Lopsided Kitty lopsided? She’s not missing a leg is she? I just picture her like some wobbly table. You know, if she’s missing a leg, she could always get one of those really snazzy machine gun prostheses. Yeah, I like that. Maybe she could talk to Heather Mills.

Dana Jean,
Pixel weighs about 7 lbs., last I checked. She’s not all that big, but she’s an indoor/outdoor cat, which means she gets a lot of exercise chasing squirrels, rabbits and such, so she doesn’t get fat (if she ever does get fat, I’m changing her name to Megapixel).

Oh, my apologies to Lopsided Cat for the gender identification snafu. He is beautiful and I’m very sorry his kilter is off.

And Megapixel would be a very cute name. hahahaha

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