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Posted on Dec 7, 2011 by Lisa Ricard Claro   15 Comments | Posted in cat · Luna · Ssscat · tabby

If you are a frequent visitor to Writing the Buff then you are aware that a year ago my daughter rescued a kitten from a storm drain.  Only six months after her adoption into our home, I reported the kitty to be a domestic terrorist.  We are now one year and one month out, and [Read more…]

Prozac Kitty

Posted on Aug 3, 2011 by Lisa Ricard Claro   17 Comments | Posted in cat · Luna · Prozac · Suite 101 · tabby

Does anyone else out there write for Suite 101?  I’m curious, because with regard to writing nonfiction articles for this content site I’ve managed to amuse myself. Oh, it is not that my writing is satirical or worthy of a funny-bone giggle. The truth is, I’ve only written one article so far. About. . . [Read more…]

Pawsitive Pondering: C is for Cats AND Microfiction!

Posted on Apr 4, 2011 by Lisa Ricard Claro   27 Comments | Posted in A-Z Challenge · cat · microfiction · tabby

Please scroll down for today’s microfiction. But first! Today is day three of the A to Z Challenge, and that means the letter C.  Tabby decided it was time she had a say. PAWSITIVE PONDERING  C is for Cats:    We are not aloof, we just have a fine appreciation for our own company.  As [Read more…]

Furry Friendships

Posted on Aug 5, 2010 by Lisa Ricard Claro   17 Comments | Posted in animals · bailey · cat · dog · friend · penny · rigby · tabby

I sat down to post about yesterday’s trip to the ER with my youngest daughter (appendicitis scare) and decided I’m still too emotionally spent to turn it into anything besides AARRGGGHHH! So the appendicitis-that-wasn’t story will have to wait a few days. Instead, I’m writing about a topic that never fails to cheer me:  my [Read more…]

Are You a Potatohead? Curious Cat Wants to Know. . .

Posted on May 18, 2010 by Lisa Ricard Claro   6 Comments | Posted in daughter · exercise · tabby · yoga

Salutations! My pet intended to write a post today but she is instead creating an imprint on the couch by impersonating a sack of potatoes. An aching, sweating, whining sack of potatoes. She jogged two miles, determined to restart her exercise program.  With the help of my youngest pet, 16-year-old Christina, day one proved a [Read more…]

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