IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN!
A large number of humans in our community have been complaining about being disturbed during all hours of the day and night by the noise of felines mating. Please be considerate of their feelings while expressing yours. Don't forget, many of these humans keep us fed. And please, if you haven't been "fixed" use some good cat sense! A little reckless mating can lead to overpopulation, which can result in undesirable consequences. Have a heart, but be smart!
JOIN US FOR AN EASTER PARADE AND FUN IN THE PARK
We will be having an Easter Parade on Sunday, April 1. It will begin on Main Street at 9 a.m., and end at Oakwood Park for a day of fun. We are encouraging everyone to wear something fun and festive such as bunny ears, a cotton tail, a frilly bonnet, a chicken suit, etc. So if you got em, wear em! Here are just a few of the activities planned for the day:
BIG THANKS FROM BIG TODD
Big Todd would like to thank all the cats who stayed in his barn during the cold and wet winter weather. He had opened up his barn out on Millbrook Road to any cats who didn't have a place to stay, asking only in return that they keep the rat population down, and not chase the chickens. He said he is willing to overlook the couple of incidents with the chickens because he is so happy that he no longer has any rats!
LET THE BIRDS SING THIS SPRING
It has been requested that a ban on bird catching be put in place during spring. It seems that there are many residents in our community, mostly human, who actually enjoy the annoying singing of birds in the springtime. As a courtesy to those apparently suffering from some hearing disorder, we will let the birds sing until further notice. In case anyone is wondering, mice are still fair game.
IN THE MEWS
UPDATE ON VALENTINE'S DAY DANCE
Love was in the air.....unfortunately so was fur....lots of fur! Spring fever must have started a little early this year. This was a couples only event, but after a while there was a little bit of confusion as to who was with whom. At first, it was fun for all with swapping partners on the dance floor, and exchanging Valentine's Day cards with strangers, but then it got ugly. There was a certain large yellow tabby tomcat, who got a little jealous when he saw his date with a young handsome black and white Manx. It started with name calling, including some very hurtful tail remarks, and then the fur began to fly. Of course it didn't take long for all the other males to join in. They spent the rest of the evening fighting, and the females spent it dancing with each other, and talking about how silly their dates were behaving. There are a few males you probably won't be seeing on the streets until their missing clumps of fur grow back!
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