This must be a clone of Pia, one of my foster cats!!!


Imaginary sand

Today, while cooking breakfast, I noticed some strange sounds coming from Pia. There she was, away from her usual spot on the couch and under the table. And voilĂ , out came the first hairball.

I found this very fascinating because Nora was casually observing it all. She went over, smelled it, and discreetly tried to cover it up with her paws like she does in the cat litter. The only problem is, being that it was on the parquet floor. I guess imaginary sand works just fine, right?

Human vs. Raptor

Today, while vacuum cleaning the living room, I found this raptor claw on the carpet. Apparently, there’s a small baby raptor living in my apartment that is very good in the art of disguise. No wonder why the two foster cats’ food disappear all the time, it’s the raptor..


World’s first non-fossilized Raptor claw.

Dr. Alan Grant scaring the s**t out of the arrogant kid in Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park”.

Limiting feeding time.

I’ve been told by some people to always have food available in the bowl at any time. However, just recently I’ve experienced Pia (the foster cat) to poop A LOT.., and she is always the one screaming for extra treats when I am either cooking or eating. She eats a lot and steals food from Nora (the other cat). The veterinary also wrote that Pia had experienced quite a unhealthy gain of body weight.

After a conversation with the last foster home, who limited feeding time to one hand full once in the morning and once at night, I thought I’d try the same. In addition to this, I am trying to find a way to exercise Pia more. She is the one who never plays as much as Nora, and always prefers the games requiring the least amount of energy.

Laser pointer, phhhhfff..not amused [Pia].


Nora, the Philosopher.