Santa came to our house this morning and gave me a hat. I tried to stay awake. I have always wanted to meet Santa. But I must have fallen asleep in front of the fireplace. When I woke up my stocking was full and Santa was gone. Perhaps Santa is really a cat. How will he get […]
Hello my dearest friends, I am so excited to share my latest project. An Original 13 Month 2015 Pooh Hodges Cat Calendar This past week I have only taken one nap, and Mrs. Hodges, my typist, hasn’t checked her Facebook feed all week! The calendar has over thirteen color photographs of me, Pooh Hodges. By popular demand, […]
Good Afternoon my dear friends, I am delighted to be sharing my writing wisdom today at The Write Practice. I have a regular job there as a columnist on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Today’s article is called. Why Writing Like a Cat Will Make You a Better Writer I will include […]
The sun was shining in the window in a narrow beam onto the carpet. I moved over and gave the sunbeam to my Vice-President Charlie.
Giving a sunbeam is a simple gift. A gift from the heart.
Humans get asked what their occupation is, cats don’t get asked this. This is such a struggle, to be recognized as a writer. I want others to recognize I am a writer, but first I have to believe it myself.
I regret to inform you. Not all humans are nice. I know this because I read the newspaper and watch the news on television. And sometimes humans do mean things to animals on Halloween.
Please don’t ask me to go into detail, as children may be reading my stories.
Cats have a hard time picking a winner. Cats have such a soft gentle nature, we don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings.
A few days ago I offered to give away my birthday party hat. Mrs. Hodges wrote out seven pieces of paper with seven numbers on them. I know you can not see number seven. But, it is there.
Mrs. Hodges had a birthday on Saturday. She has one ever year. This year she had party hats.
And I wanted one.
Martha, my bodyguard, barks when the doorbell rings. That is Martha, the dog, not Mrs. Hodges, my typist. Mrs. Hodges fortunately doesn’t bark every time the doorbell rings.
Charlie, my assistant, who is a cat, and I are training Martha not to bark when the doorbell rings.
Dogs can be scary. I realize that. And often people buy dogs to scare away bad guys. Dogs are loud and have big teeth. But. Dogs are not the only animal that can scare away burglars.
Cats have big teeth as well. And cats have sharp claws. Cats make good guard cats.