No! Someone has actually invented a cat cam to follow a cat around all day and see where he goes. This cat's name is Mr. Lee. Here he is wearing his camera around his neck:
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I am lion, hear me roarThis was my adoption application: "Please may I have #30, Seamus? I'm sure his name is Roary, and I've already written a 'poem' of sorts in his honor, posted on two of my blogs: Bonnie's Books and Words from a Wordsmith. I know my little ditty is not worthy of such a magnificent lion, but it just seemed appropriate when I studied the 'screaming' faces below his feet and felt the power of his roar. I've been enjoying him since I found him this morning, and I do so hope you'll let me adopt him."
about things too big to ignore
'cause I'm tired of all the governmental lyin';
the whole world is going mad
and my writing's not too bad,
so I want to be a literary lion!
If I have to, I can write anything!
I am strong,
I am invincible,
I am lion!
The world must contain not less than thirty-six righteous people, who are blessed by the Shekhinah (God's presence). ~~~ Rabbi AbbayeThese 36 are being killed off, and catastrophes are increasing all over the world. Bring in the hero, bring in one of the 36, bring in the Dark Angels, mix well and you have this book. Rated 8/10, a very good book.
"It begins, as most things begin, with a song. In the beginning, after all, were the words, and they came with a tune. That was how the world was made, how the void was divided, how the lands and the stars and the dreams and the little gods and the animals, how all of them came into the world. They were sung."I like that! Of course everything was SUNG into existence! And singing is really what this book is about, well, songs and spiders. Anansi, one of the most popular characters in West African mythology, is a spider, a storyteller, and a trickster. If you read this book, you'll learn some of Anansi's stories, but be prepared to have your world flipped upside down a time or two. Rated 8/10, a very good book.