Oh sure, it’s cute. And it’s the subject of hundreds of adorable YouTube videos. Hell, I’ve even posted about it. But it’s becoming a world-wide epidemic!
You know what I’m talking about.
Cats interrupting their owners’ enjoyment of the Winter Olympics.
I suspect it’s because of the high contrast against the snow and ice and the fast movement.
This is Logan’s first Winter Olympics. He appears to enjoy downhill skiing.
The only cat who can really get away with interrupting the Winter Olympics is this bobcat in Whistler, BC (and yes, he is a bobcat, not a lynx).
I have the saddest of sad news to share. Last night, Sherry messaged me from her vetrinarian’s office. She was there with Catalina, Jacoby and Dillin’s mother. Catalina had painful cancer in her lower jaw which made it difficult for her to eat.
Ch. Instincts Santa Catalina of Pellburn was only 11 years old…just two years older than Jake!
I never met Catalina in person, but I know she was always a wonderful mother and she had many wonderful kittens. Here is a video Sherry made of Catalina with one of her litters.
My heart has joined the Thousand, for my friend stopped running today.