Mother’s Day circa 1966
This lighter is the cat’s meow.
3D cats in space, is anything more interesting?
Sunbeam traipsing through the meadow. He has always loved botany.
I met Mordecai on a fishing vessel that sailed the Baltic Sea. The vessel was named Roldolfo. It’s crew was most savage. Until they met sweet Mordecai that is. He captured the hearts of the entire crew with his crazy antics. As they were fishing he would lick their boots until they would feed him a fish. Once he tasted the morsel his thirst for fresh fleshy fish could never be quenched. He ate the entire catch. Normally the crew would be furious if their entire catch disappeared but Mordecai was just too cute. The captain renamed his vessel Mordecai’s Mansion and insisted that Mordecai be brought along on every voyage. Mordecai’s Mansion became the most successful fishing vessel in the history of fishing on the Baltic Sea.
Algebra looks both ways before crossing the street.
I was walking around my neighborhood one evening last week when I spied a fledgling delinquent scrawling something on the wall of my local grocery. I had my cell phone at the ready and was about to report the hooligan when i caught a glimpse of what he was painting.
Well done sir. Well done.
Reginald fights depression the only way he knows how, doughnuts.
This is a sketch I found in a drawer from my dear friend Jacques Bastien. Jacques and I sought passage from France to New York on the illustrious ocean liner Normandie. Jacques and I smuggled a couple of kittens aboard. The kittens required more milk than we anticipated and the ships crew started to get suspicious. Jacques devised a plan to get more milk using extra long straws. We connected straws from our cabin to the kitchen. We had all the milk we needed for the rest of the journey. The kittens arrived in New York physically fit and ready to take the modeling business by storm. Jacques was deported and now he is in love. His quick wit and craftsmanship shall not soon be forgotten.
Dr. Prichart Garbow
Sunbeam and I love to play fort. I often put progressively smaller boxes for Sunbeam to nap in. Eventually the box will be about half his size but he still tries to sleep in it. As a reward I always get a refrigerator sized box for him to sleep in for a week or two. I’ve been working on a thesis about why cats love to play in boxes but it is not quite ready for publishing.
Dr. Prichart Garbow