Friday, January 18, 2008

Whale of a Time

Katz Tales is out tomorrow in the print version of the Malaysian national daily, The Star.

We've been out of the blog loop for a week or so because work is getting to be rather overwhelming.

But while the humans are suffering from insomnia interspersed with weird dreams about deadlines and forgotten plot bits from romance novels they're sculpting (any romance literary agent looking for a finished 60,000 MS of intrigue novel please email me ew AT lepak.com!) the cats are having a whale of a time.

Au is lying curled up in front of his box, paws and ears grimy with dirt because he's been rolling in the garden. He's also spending lots of time in the neighbour's house across the street, admiring their basin filled with guppies.

Target has built up a formidable collection of hair bands, now called Snizzles Circles in our home, and is spending every spare minute in the office, knocking everything off my desk and pushing the Office Assistant button with his tail.

And speaking of having a whale of a time, please visit Whale's Revenge and sign the petition that aims to gather 1 million signatures from people around the world demanding we stop the killing of whales.

This is very timely as Japanese whalers plan to kill about 900 minke whales and 50 fin whales by mid-April this year.

I'm signatory 861932 - see if you can make the 1,000,000 mark.


4 comments:

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Thanks for the update. We'll be right over there!

Kitikata-san said...

Did you see that the Japanese whaling ship initially too the Sea Shepard volunteers hostage. The Japanese whaling ship crew originally beat up the Sea Shepard volunteers, but stopped because they were accused of be terrorists. Then they treated the voluteers well there after.

Just Sharlene and My Spice Cats said...

Snizzles Circles? Haha...tht is cute.

Dizzyjules said...

If Au returned from the neighbour's home with wet paws...he probably did more than just admire the guppies *gulp*