Supurr salutations pawesome furriends
How are all my beautiful furriends today? Are mew having a fabulous week? Mine has been lovely as the weather finally pushed the mercury offur the 20C mark, actually on Monday we got up to 26C with a light breeze and it was delightful.
Mew may have heard that I don't like going outside much, this is a completely untrue accusation made by my fursibs, I love the great outdoors...
Sampling the furst catmint and catnip crop! MOL
Now I think mew've waited long enough, so let's do the draw fur Smoochie's Birthday Pawty Give-Away!
Here are all the fab entries:
And the WINNER is:
[turn the volume on if mew can]
DON'T SCROLL ANY FURTHER UNTIL MEW'VE WATCHED THE VIDEO! MOL
THE SWISS CATS!!
WOO HOO many congratulations guys, purrlease email us your snail mail address at your earliest convenience:
deardrbasil @ gmail . com
and we'll get your epically epic goodie bag to mew in a jiffy!
Don't wurry if mew missed out this time, it's Basil's Birthday on 1st of June, he's 16 this time and then it's Fudge's birthday on 21st of June, so there's still more give-aways to come offur the summer, with Parsley on 31st August and Pandora 18th September followed by yours truly on October 24th, so that's 5 more chances mew have in the next few months to get your paws on one of our epically epic goodie bags!
THE CAT WHO WASN'T THERE
Bk 14 The Cat Who... Mystery Series
Lillian Jackson Braun
Mew may, or may not remember that way back in August 2016 I reviewed the furry furst Cat Who... novel, and I thought it was high-time I shared another.
I think Lillian Jackson Braun was the forerunner of the kitty cozy mystery vibe as her furst novel was published in 1966, and thus far I don't think I've read any cozy cat mysteries published earlier than that, though I may be wrong MOL.
So anyhoo what did I think to #14 in this series? Well it's offur 10 years since I furst read the entire series back to back and occasionally I'll pull a random one off the shelf to add a bit of variety to my reading repertoire, and I must say I enjoyed today's book as much as I did the furst time I read it.
Even though there's no tech or cell-phones, computers or the like, and reading that the characters have to find a pay phone or borrow a telephone makes me smile; ah the good old days before life became a frenetic, million-miles-an-hour stress vibe with all this tech that was supposed to make life easier.
Would I recommend this book and the entire series? Yes I would furry much so, I think Lillian Jackson Braun wrote a timeless series, that can be enjoyed offur and offur again; she was a true pioneer of the cozy cat mystery vibe.