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Boo Saunders, who served as inspiration for the children’s book recounting the adventures of a pampered pet forced to live by his wits on the streets of New York, died November 16, 2018. The immediate cause of his death is … Continue reading
I guess Boo is too busy to answer his mail. So I will. Who are you? Well, my human calls me “Fluffy.” Which makes no sense since I’m not fluffy at all. But you may know me better as “Monster.” … Continue reading
In your book Nine Lives on the Street, you say most cats don’t like to be picked up and don’t want to sit on somebody’s lap. But my cat, Cuddles, seems to like both. What do you say to that? … Continue reading
Buy a book. Help a cat. And not just this cat. A cat who could really use some help. When you buy a copy of Nine Lives on the Street by Yours Truly, a portion of the proceeds now goes … Continue reading
Is it OK to let my cat go outside? It depends on where outside is. If it’s a nice, safe lawn in some suburb, it’s probably all right for short periods. But you should stay with your cat in case … Continue reading
Ask Boo My cat sleeps maybe sixteen hours a day. Is that normal? Maybe there’s too much light in the room or it’s too noisy.Try keeping the room darker and quieter. Pretty soon, he’ll be sleeping a normal eighteen or … Continue reading
A few days ago, a nice reporter from a place called Maine came to see me and ask some questions for a story she was writing. In case you don’t live in this Maine and won’t ever see the story, … Continue reading
Some of you have asked about Monster, the cat I met when we were held by the Animal Control people. Well, as it so happens, I saw him just the other day when I went to the vet’s for a … Continue reading
The first time I saw the Sarge he was with a bunch of humans who looked a lot like this. They were what people call “homeless.” Being homeless myself, I figured I’d fit right in.
This thing I saw in Central Park and never want to see again. I almost ended up as his breakfast.