There’s an epidemic currently sweeping through the hood with a vengeance. I like to refer to this epidemic as “Stray Cat Fever”.

You see, the property that my husband manages has now become overrun with cats. You couldn’t even spit without hitting a feral cat. There’s probably around 2 dozen or so that hang around the breezeways, bushes, and air conditioning units; fighting, breeding, and throwing wild raucous parties until all hours of the night.

One might wonder where they’ve all come from, but then when you take a closer look and see the various degrees of growth within the cat population you realize: there’s more kitty inbreeding that has taken place in recent months than you might find in even the most remote band of Ozarkian Hillfolk.

Dear Chairman Meow, is “crazy cat lady syndrome” actually real? Please educate me with your vast knowledge. – Jim S. of Winfield, PA

Yes, Jim, it’s a real thing. Allow Chairman Meow to educate you about a tiny parasite, called toxoplasma gondii, that creates crazy cat ladies who hoard many kittehs.

While good old fashioned psychic-kitteh mind control usually is enough to break the will of any human, recently scientists have become wise to one of their sneakier methods; a parasite found in their poop called, Toxoplasma gondii .

-I can see why people say to get your meat in the morning at the markets. Some don’t have refrigerated cases.
-They hand you the cut of beef you want to buy to feel first. No thank you, I will buy mine from the grocery store where 15 people have *hopefully* handled it with gloves instead of bare hands.
-We’ve had a social life here now that temperatures have dropped a bit. It’s been nice since the expat community is very small here.
-The Marine Ball is in November and I’ve already ordered my dress. I bought it off Ebay because I tried it on in the store a long time ago and loved it, but didn’t want to pay $300 for it. I’m hoping it gets here in good condition.

And now my Cat Conundrum: As you may remember, we have 2 kitties. One is slightly overweight, one is underweight. When we were at the vet before we left the US, she didn’t seem too concerned, but mainly because there wasn’t a pattern of weight loss as we’d only seen them over the course of a month. However, we think she’s too skinny. She is maybe 8-9lbs but has always been a lanky cat. I know she has a different body type than the other cat, but we’re concerned because... well.... she’s skinny.

I don’t have a top view or side view of her because she instantly flops down on the ground whenever we get near. Belly rubs for this kitty, ‘er day.

There’s an epidemic currently sweeping through the hood with a vengeance. I like to refer to this epidemic as “Stray Cat Fever”.

You see, the property that my husband manages has now become overrun with cats. You couldn’t even spit without hitting a feral cat. There’s probably around 2 dozen or so that hang around the breezeways, bushes, and air conditioning units; fighting, breeding, and throwing wild raucous parties until all hours of the night.

One might wonder where they’ve all come from, but then when you take a closer look and see the various degrees of growth within the cat population you realize: there’s more kitty inbreeding that has taken place in recent months than you might find in even the most remote band of Ozarkian Hillfolk.

There’s an epidemic currently sweeping through the hood with a vengeance. I like to refer to this epidemic as “Stray Cat Fever”.

You see, the property that my husband manages has now become overrun with cats. You couldn’t even spit without hitting a feral cat. There’s probably around 2 dozen or so that hang around the breezeways, bushes, and air conditioning units; fighting, breeding, and throwing wild raucous parties until all hours of the night.

One might wonder where they’ve all come from, but then when you take a closer look and see the various degrees of growth within the cat population you realize: there’s more kitty inbreeding that has taken place in recent months than you might find in even the most remote band of Ozarkian Hillfolk.

Dear Chairman Meow, is “crazy cat lady syndrome” actually real? Please educate me with your vast knowledge. – Jim S. of Winfield, PA

Yes, Jim, it’s a real thing. Allow Chairman Meow to educate you about a tiny parasite, called toxoplasma gondii, that creates crazy cat ladies who hoard many kittehs.

While good old fashioned psychic-kitteh mind control usually is enough to break the will of any human, recently scientists have become wise to one of their sneakier methods; a parasite found in their poop called, Toxoplasma gondii .

-I can see why people say to get your meat in the morning at the markets. Some don’t have refrigerated cases.
-They hand you the cut of beef you want to buy to feel first. No thank you, I will buy mine from the grocery store where 15 people have *hopefully* handled it with gloves instead of bare hands.
-We’ve had a social life here now that temperatures have dropped a bit. It’s been nice since the expat community is very small here.
-The Marine Ball is in November and I’ve already ordered my dress. I bought it off Ebay because I tried it on in the store a long time ago and loved it, but didn’t want to pay $300 for it. I’m hoping it gets here in good condition.

And now my Cat Conundrum: As you may remember, we have 2 kitties. One is slightly overweight, one is underweight. When we were at the vet before we left the US, she didn’t seem too concerned, but mainly because there wasn’t a pattern of weight loss as we’d only seen them over the course of a month. However, we think she’s too skinny. She is maybe 8-9lbs but has always been a lanky cat. I know she has a different body type than the other cat, but we’re concerned because... well.... she’s skinny.

I don’t have a top view or side view of her because she instantly flops down on the ground whenever we get near. Belly rubs for this kitty, ‘er day.

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There’s an epidemic currently sweeping through the hood with a vengeance. I like to refer to this epidemic as “Stray Cat Fever”.

You see, the property that my husband manages has now become overrun with cats. You couldn’t even spit without hitting a feral cat. There’s probably around 2 dozen or so that hang around the breezeways, bushes, and air conditioning units; fighting, breeding, and throwing wild raucous parties until all hours of the night.

One might wonder where they’ve all come from, but then when you take a closer look and see the various degrees of growth within the cat population you realize: there’s more kitty inbreeding that has taken place in recent months than you might find in even the most remote band of Ozarkian Hillfolk.

Dear Chairman Meow, is “crazy cat lady syndrome” actually real? Please educate me with your vast knowledge. – Jim S. of Winfield, PA

Yes, Jim, it’s a real thing. Allow Chairman Meow to educate you about a tiny parasite, called toxoplasma gondii, that creates crazy cat ladies who hoard many kittehs.

While good old fashioned psychic-kitteh mind control usually is enough to break the will of any human, recently scientists have become wise to one of their sneakier methods; a parasite found in their poop called, Toxoplasma gondii .


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