Mysterious cat in Chefchauoen

Travel: The lost and hungry felines of Chefchaouen, Morocco

Seeing you sprawled on the ground in a doorway in Chefchaoen, Morocco, something broke inside of my heart. I found myself so immensely concerned for your safety. From your gaunt and shabby physique and milky, clouded eyes I worked out … Continue reading Travel: The lost and hungry felines of Chefchaouen, Morocco

Gemma Correll's spirit animal is a pug and her cartoons are all kinds of charming wonderful

Gemma Correll’s spirit animal is a pug and her cartoons are all kinds of charming wonderful

Gemma Correll is the high priestess of wry, cute and amusing cartoons that are compassionate to women’s bodily woes and emotional complexities. Her cartoons are sweet, sassy and charming and I’m totally in love with them. Also she’s an aquarius, an … Continue reading Gemma Correll’s spirit animal is a pug and her cartoons are all kinds of charming wonderful

The Falling Cat Phenomenon: How NASA Trained Astronauts For Zero Gravity

The Falling Cat Phenomenon: How NASA Trained Astronauts For Zero Gravity

Back in the golden era of space exploration – the 1960’s, NASA scientists were concerned with how astronauts would orient their bodies in space. This led to a watershed study at Stanford, featured in the International Journal of Solids and Structures, … Continue reading The Falling Cat Phenomenon: How NASA Trained Astronauts For Zero Gravity

Samuel Beckett and Cats Talk About The Pointlessness of Existence

Samuel Beckett and Cats Talk About The Pointlessness of Existence

Universally emo playwright Samuel Beckett writer of the classic play Waiting for Godot, is pitch perfect for some sad feline company. I don’t know why nobody thought of this before? Here are some deadly serious Samuel Beckett quotes along with self-conscious, … Continue reading Samuel Beckett and Cats Talk About The Pointlessness of Existence