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July 22, 2006

Cat of Steel

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As any fool can plainly see my cat Humphrey is not at all troubled by the presence of a bag of new Mini-Doritos Kryptonite, which I espied at my 7-11 earlier today and purchased in order to conduct the experiment whose findings are now being reported in this post, not that those results are any surprise to those of you familiar with the exploits of my supercat,

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able to walk a human treadmill one cat's paw-sized step at a time, much to the amazement and delight of hundreds of people from all over our blue planet who've watched mesmerized as

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Humphrey struts his stuff.

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I love that kitty.

Posted by: me | Jul 23, 2006 2:46:56 PM

As one member of the teeming hordes who are enchanted by Humphrey's athleticism, resistance to Kryptonite, and powerful charm, I feel that it is time the truth about something should be revealed. In a post of June 26, in which Humphrey was seen in a short non-speaking video, the accompanying text made reference to said video as being "of ONE [emphasis mine] of my kitties." That was kittIES, plural. Are we being denied video access to a relative, or relatives, by blood or by circumstance, of Humphrey's? Is there a camera-shy feline in residence? Or perhaps one not as photogenic? Too young and innocent for the camera's prying eye?

I'm sorry, but if Humphrey is going to be world famous he and his flunkies are going to have to get used to this kind of intrusiveness.

Posted by: Flutist | Jul 22, 2006 3:23:27 PM

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