Generally, when I write cat stories for Cracked Flash Fiction Competition, they don’t win. Sometimes, I write cat stories anyways. The Purrrfect Crime By Sara Codair “I taught you to pick locks and this is how you use that skill?” Grandma gaped at me, gourd-shaped eyes enlarged by her glasses. I shrugged. “Our family hasContinue reading “Flash Fiction:The Purrrfect Crime”
I’m pretty sure my cat just spammed my entire gmail contacts list — meaning everyone I’ve corresponded with on gmail. If you got an email from me you didn’t want today – I apologize. If your curious how Goose managed to spam my contacts, read on. Earlier in the year, I wrote a detailedContinue reading “Cats and Email Apps = Bad Combination”
Here is a little story, inspired by a prompt from Cracked Flash, to start your week: Mr. Meowsker’s Bright Idea By Sara Codair “You’re my favorite monster,” said Annnaly, running her fingers over Gruffer’s fluffy face. Her black cat, Meowsker’s, was perched on here shoulder. He leaned forward licked the bridge of Gruffer’s nose. Gruffer made aContinue reading “Micro Fiction: Mr. Meowsker’s Bright Idea”
My spouse and I set up a lego Christmas village. Goose was good for the first few days, then he decided he wanted his table back. The presence of the oversized 10-month-old puppy might have had something to do with it. Enjoy the cuteness!
I woke up in the mood to write, but I had to go back to the dentist. When I got back, I had lost my motivation. So I decided writing could wait until later, and for now, I would break out the camera and take the time to get some good photos of Goose inContinue reading “Black Cat Appreciation Day”
The Lament of Mr. Whiskers by Sara Codair “I think I preferred your old hobby,” said Mr. Whiskers. With his sleek, black fur and yellow eyes, he looked like a mini-panther. His human rubbed his head and scratched under his chin until he purred. “You’re such a handsome boy,” said the human. “I appreciate theContinue reading “Micro Fiction: The Lament of Mr. Whiskers”
Here is a goofy cat story to brighten your Friday: Feline Frenzy By Sara Codair I see you thought the kitten as it skulked toward the cheesecake. The cheesecake didn’t say anything back. The kitten took that as a sign that the cheesecake didn’t see him. Just to be safe, he crouched a little lowerContinue reading “Flash Fiction: Feline Frenzy”