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Area Cat Proclaimed “Queen of the Jungle”
A local cat named Wollie Wu has secured the title “Queen of the Jungle” after a political power struggle lasting four to five days, according to sources familiar with the situation.
"It’s not exactly a democratic process," says Eva Gledhill, a journalist who writes about Jungle politics. "But let’s just say you have to know the right people if you want to claim the throne. And by ‘people,’ I mean ‘cats.’"
Then there’s the question of “jungle” in the first place.
"Is it really a jungle, or just a group of ferns in the corner of the garage?" Gledhill poses. "Who can say?"
Submitted by Karen Kennis.
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Cat Community Stunned by Surfboard Theft
by Ashley Welter, FluffPo Correspondent
Two San Diego cats were excited to hit the waves this past weekend, but the only wave they experienced was one of depression when they discovered their surfboard had been stolen.
“They had been practicing their tandem routine in hopes of qualifying for the upcoming Meow Mix Pro Competition,” their publicist, Annabelle Rowland told The Fluffington Post, “but now they’ve been left with nothing but an empty surfboard bag.” The cats haven’t left the empty bag since their devastating discovery — not even for canned food.
The surfboard heist is the latest in a string of incidents targeting cats that have taken place throughout San Diego’s coastal neighborhoods. Just last week, a Pacific Beach tabby had his favorite laser pointer nabbed right off his front porch, and the scratching post of a calico went missing a week before that.
No suspects have been identified at this time, but police suspect the notorious “Woof Kings” dog gang could be to blame.
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