Friday Cat Blogging – 16 January 2015

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Looky here: it’s Hilbert plus the entire Drum clan. On the far left, that’s me and my sister circa 1963 (my brother is there too, but Hilbert is hiding him.) Aren’t we cute? In the middle are my parents, and on the right are Marian’s folks. And I’m sure no one needs any help recognizing the youthful, bright-eyed newlyweds in the center.

In other cat news, my sister draws our attention to the fact that cats can save lives too. Here’s the report from Russia: “An abandoned newborn baby was saved from freezing to death by the unlikeliest of hero — a stray cat. The tabby named Marsha climbed into the box the infant had been dumped in and kept the child warm for several hours as the mercury plunged below zero.” Hooray for cats!

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