Tuesday, July 27, 2010

A Kitten in White Dog

This kitten was found wandering around in Wabeseemoong (White Dog), a First Nation community in northwestern Ontario. I wanted to call her Popcorn, but the kids who found her said no.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A Peter-Banjo Olympic Moment

While watching the final men's Olympic hockey game, the only event of the Olympics that I watched (that was an odd sentence), I got up to get something from the kitchen. As I passed by my roommate's room, something furry caught my eye - a cat in a drawer! Seems good ol' PB's Olympic skill is being cute while napping.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

What Tolerance Looks Like

My uncle sent this one in a forward. Normally I hate forwards, but this has a cat in it.

Sunday, January 10, 2010


"How does it look if I lean on the chair like this?"

Wednesday, December 2, 2009


Work friend Sofia shot this for me here in Vancouver. So cute!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The Cats of Parliament Hill

Apparently cats can be political, too. On a walk around Parliament Hill yesterday, I can across this little kitty complex. The sign above describes how this place was built to take care of the stray cats who were already living here. They are neutered, fed and sheltered with this cute home insulated with hay and straw. The cats seemed not to mind their squirrel neighbours skitting around them, or the onlookers (us) from the other side of the fence. There is even a little box where you can add donations to help care for the little guys. What a cute, fuzzy, and pleasant surprise in what can feel like such a cold spot full of serious, professional politicians and government workers who don't seem to know that black isn't the only colour of clothes out there.

I wonder if the cats have names like Stephen Harper, or Mulrooney or maybe even Sheila Copps.