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Cat Emojis


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Happy World Emoji day 😻

We’d like to know..what cat related emoji do you wish existed? For me, it’s kitty treats 😸 (Joel the Brave)

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Another name for an emjoi is an emoticon, meaning an emotional icon. Get it emo is short for emotional and well of course, icon for icon.

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National Kitten Day


National Kitten Day – a day for the soft baby kittens. #NationalKittenDay #KittenDay

National Kitten Day
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Held annually on July 10 since 2015. However, it use to be observed annually on December 4th from 2013 until 2014.

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Two Years


Today is a special day for me. Today makes 2 years that I got my Ms Heather.

Last year, I shared the Gotcha story (Happy Gotcha Day, Ms Heather).

A Lot has happened over these 2 years. I got a Dadda hooman and a sissy (becoming a family), and you fans keeps visiting our blog, Instagram & even our twitter.

Life with her and Dadda and even Sissy is great. But it also makes me think of all the kitties that no has hoomans, that no has a family. Though there are many things I might like to has (like a truck of treats or unlimited belly rubs), most of all for my 2nd Gotcha-versary I wants more kitties to get adopted- for more kitties to get rescued.

Maybe you no can has a kitty for some reason. I gets that. My hooman brother Dillon is allergic, so we has to keeps distance from him when he’s with Momma and Daddy. Or maybes you live some place you no can has any kind of furrbabies. But you can still donate food, litter, or even small toys to local rescues and shelters.

I lives a very blessed Cat life. Momma and Daddy does spoil me and sissy with treats and toys (though string is still my favorite) . So, for my 2nd Gotcha-versary, I would like donations be sent to local rescues and shelters.

Thank mew for continuing to follow Sissy and I along our adventures. We hope to be doing more videos for mew along the way. We lub you, and are grateful you lub us.

Head bumps. Purr.

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Garfield the Cat Day


June 19th is Garfield the Cat Day!

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Garfield the Cat Day – That fun loving, lasagna eating cartoon cat, Garfield has his own day. #GarfieldTheCatDay #Garfield

Garfield the Cat Day

Garfield the Cat day is held annually on the 19th of June. Garfield the cat was created by a cartoonist, Jim Davis. He first appeared in cartoon strip on the 19th day of June in 1978. Garfield is a ginger cat. This famous comic character has been syndicated to roughly 2,580 newspapers and journals. Not only that, but Garfield holds a Guinness World Record for being the most widely syndicated comic in 2013.

Garfield the Cat Day - Garfield eating lasagna

The first Garfield the Cat Day was held in 1998, which is on the 20th anniversary of the comic strips birthday. A Boca Raton City Council Member, Wanda Thayer, proclaimed that day as Garfield the Cat Day during a surprise birthday party that was held at the International Museum of Cartoon Art in…

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National Hug Your Cat Day


National Hug Your Cat Day is June 4.

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National Hug Your Cat Day an unofficial holiday for hugging your cat. #HugYourCatDay

National Hug Your Cat Day

This day is held annually on June 4th. Us cats love hugs from our hoomans! I am not sure how this day got started but … MEOW! Meaning It is a purrfectly good day! But really any Hug Your Cat Day should be everyday! Just saying!

National Hug Your Cat Day Photo by Min An on Pexels.com

Check out what my daddy hooman wrote about on This Day

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Invasive Tick Detected in Tennessee


Be careful cats and Cat owners …. well all animal owners and hoomans … bad tick in Tennessee. See this blog post from Voices of East Tennessee.

The Voices of East Tennessee

Invasive Tick Detected in Tennessee – The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture – Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Tennessee Department of Health, and University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) today announced the detection of the invasive Asian longhorned tick in Tennessee. #AsianLonghornedTick

The Asian longhorned tick has now spread to 11 states. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that there is no evidence that the tick has transmitted pathogens to humans or animals in the U.S.

Invasive Tick Detected in Tennessee - The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture – Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, Tennessee Department of Health, and University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) today announced the detection of the invasive Asian longhorned tick in Tennessee. #AsianLonghornedTick
Photo Courtesy: Graham Hickling, Ph.D., UTIA

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