LETTERS TO LUCINDA 5: Cat Behavior Solutions

Hello, two-leggeds, and welcome to the newest “Cat Behavior Solutions” column from Lucinda, your literate cat. This week I have only one letter to address. It’s from a Mrs. Davis, who has a question about her senior cat. Dear Lucinda: I have a question about my senior cat. She is 15, and I have noticed…


Have You Read Cats’ Paradise, by Emile Zola?

Hello, readers! Are you ready for a new Lucinda summary? The CCL (Cantankerous Cat Lady) just gave me a little story by Emile Zola, called “Cats’ Paradise.” If more cats could read, this one would be good for them to pay attention to. It tells an old story I’ve tried to tell to some of…


More Unusual Gifts for Cat Lovers

Here is your second collection of unusual gifts for cat lovers. I had a hard time narrowing down the choices this time, as I found several that I liked. As with the last list, will give you six more to look over. Remember them, and when you are in need of a gift for your…


Learn All About Maine Coon Cats

This post furnishes information that is all about Maine Coon cats. One of the oldest natural North American breeds, the Maine Coon, or Maine Cat, is believed to be a native of Maine. This beautiful cat is most likely the closest breed to the Norwegian Forest Cat. What Were the Origins of Maine Coon Cats?…


Here’s a New Cat Writer’s Association Story

Enjoy stories from three more Cat Writer’s Association members. It’s such fun for me to put on these little member sketches. I hope you are enjoying them as much as I do. Remember, if there is a link, you can contact the member directly to buy a book. If there is no link, let me…


Here Are More Cat Writer’s Association Interviews

Here is the next installment of interviews with Cat Writer’s Association members. Enjoy reading about these talented ladies, and if you wish to order one of their books, you can do so. In some cases, the author has provided a link, so you can access her directly to order. You can also let me know…


Lucinda Presents Her Puss in Boots Summary

Hello, all. It’s Lucinda the literate cat with a new book summary for all of you. More of a fable than a long story, here is my Puss in Boots summary. This children’s story, written by Charles Perrault, is a long-time classic in young peoples’ literature. This tale is the story of a miller who,…


Do You Know Macavity The Cat?

A fellow named Phil made a comment on my site. He said he looked to see if I had written about Macavity the cat, but he couldn’t find a story. I didn’t have a story about Macavity, though he missed my offering of Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, which includes the poem. I decided…


How Do Cats Communicate?

Have you ever wondered, without speech, how do cats communicate? Though they don’t talk, they do seem to be able to make their wishes known to others of their kind. After Lucinda’s column on cat philosophy a few days ago, I started thinking about the ways cats get their ideas across. What I realized was…


A Cat Philosophy, by Lucinda the Literate Cat

Hello, two-legged readers. You are reading the latest writing endeavors from Lucinda, the literate cat. My CCL (Cantankerous Cat Lady) came to me, agitated, and asked if I could write a special column this week to help her out. She’s embarking on the second month of her Super Affiliate Challenge, and is short on time….