Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there!
Today’s cat picture is a blast from the past. LaZorra was the one and only momcat we’ve ever had. Galen adopted her and her brother Erasmus as kittens. LaZorra had one litter of kittens herself before they were fixed, and we kept momcat, dadcat and both daughtercats for their entire lives. Erasmus, named after two famous philosophers, was the most poorly named cat in history. He was possibly the dumbest cat to ever draw breath. Extremely sweet, but no brains at all. His sister LaZorra, who clearly grabbed all the brain cells in the womb, was every bit as smart as he was not. As his polar opposite in everything, she was also the most aptly named cat ever. LaZorra roughly translates as ‘fox bitch’. And she was. To her last day she was never sure precisely what purpose I could possibly serve in Galen’s life – and she was not at all shy about letting me know!
A- Review: Seven Girls Gone by Allison Brennan
A+ Review: When Maidens Mourn by C.S. Harris
B Review: The Boyfriend Candidate by Ashley Winstead
C Review: Yellowface by R.F. Kuang
A- Review: Tamam Shud by Kerry Greenwood
Stacking the Shelves (548)
Coming This Week:
Big Trouble on Sullivan’s Island by Susan M. Boyer (audio review)
Moms Rock Giveaway Hop
The Wager by David Grann (audio review)
The Bandit Queens by Parini Shroff (review)
Daughters of Muscadine by Monic Ductan (review)