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As readers know Daddy Kiril will, at last, be attending Blog Paws next month.
2 years ago Elvira and I hatched a plan to help Daddy try to get a sponsor to attend the 2011 event.
Part of the plan was to send out fliers, and a version of a May 9th, 2011, blog post, in snail mail, to various companies, and organizations, in an effort to spread the word about this blog, and network, and even find a sponsor.
Why we forgot to share these 2 photos I don't know, but we mailed the envelopes then, at the end of the month, as long time fans remember, Daddy Kiril broke his ankle.
We never heard from anyone, but we still posted an update to alert anyone who was checking us out about what happened and explain why Daddy would have to skip the conference.
Houston (FNN) — Ikea says it has withdrawn 17,000 portions of moose lasagna from its home furnishings stores in the United States after traces of cat meat were found in a batch tested in San Antonio, TX.
Ikea spokeswoman April Fulum said the product had only been on sale for a month when it was yanked off the shelves on March 5th.
The company didn’t announce the withdrawal publicly until Feline News Network correspondent Kiril Kundurazieff, who had heard rumors from tipsters, started asking questions.
Fulum said the company found out Monday that a follow-up test in Austin confirmed the lasagna contained 1.6 percent cat. She said: “We have more information now. That’s why we choose to inform now.”
Ikea has previously recalled meatballs and other meat products sold in its cafeterias and frozen foods sections, in stores in Europe, after tests showed they also contained traces of cat meat.
Long time readers may remember that I covered, in extensive detail, the issue of the eating of cats, by humans, around the world, in February 2010 and, as part of that expose, shared an awesome, thought provoking, response by the British Cat known as Whicky Wuddler.
While my Ikea story, above (Daddy loves Ikea! He bought his bookshelves there, and has even ate in the cafe!), is a parody of a breaking story, posted this morning on The Blaze, about pork in moose lasagna, in European stores, the subject of cats as food is a serious one and I am taking this opportunity to remind everyone of my old report.
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