This year on Saturday, October 31st people are celebrating Halloween. Most common celebration ceremony is called Trick-or-treating where one goes around houses for treats or treating. As 2020 becomes a year of social distancing, Halloween would be unlike the norms of what we know. People would be careful of human interactions and receiving treats in both could spread the virus. As a result, I would be celebrating at my home with close ones in my house. In this case it would be my cat, Coco Pang Pang.
Have you seen a cat on a scanner before?
Well, @cocopangpang on TikTok you can see a video of a white cat sitting on a scanner. In the introduction phase the video starts by a white cat playing on a scanner. Then a girl filming says "Oh my god, what are you doing on a scanner?" to the cat. Right at that moment, the cat acts like nothing is happening by covering the scanner with her feet and an innocent look towards the camera. Then the camera shutter sound triggers three images from the scanner. Each image shows different looks of the cat on a scanner where the image above shows the second image from the video. The other two images are different from the one above. You can visit the video though the link here. (https://www.tiktok.com/@cocopangpang/video/6839751024983510277)
I work for a children’s science entertainment company. I do a lot of the administrative work and also teach in after-school programs all across the city. The kids call me Lab Rat Kat, and I feel like a celebrity when I walk into schools. I’m wearing a lab coat, I’m getting high fives, and people are cheering my name. Okay, only two of those three things are true… And that’s because I don’t put my lab coat on until class starts! I love my job. Pre-coronavirus, we had an office where we also hosted birthday parties, and in the office we had a pet. His name is Smaug, and he is a bearded dragon. He lives in a 40-gallon tank, eats mostly leaves, and I love him dearly. Some people have work wives; I had a work dragon.
Smooshy. We actually picked the name even before we were solid on the idea of getting a rabbit. I have been living with domestic rabbits since I was 5 years old, but my boy is another story. He was always a dog person, never even seen a rabbit in a close proximity before. So, it wasn't a surprise when I brought up a rabbit his first reaction was a sane confusion. Like 'what? those things that live in the bushes?' It took some time to explain the lifestyle, but after a year of living in LA without having a little furry friend, I couldn't wait any longer.
It's a beautiful sunny day in South Carolina, the birds are chirping, the dogs are barking... literally, at this very moment, at the deer walking off away from the driveway. However, not all of them are participating in this grand scheme for territorial dominance, instead I look over and see, my beautiful, five-year-old, baby staring at me with wonderous eyes. I immediately compliment her and give her a quick neck rub, as she stares and her tail subconciously wags. As my hand reaches for my phone, I realize... Oh. My. God... My dog is the most beautiful, four legged, creature, I, have ever laid eyes on. I quickly asked for a photo and she happily obliged. It is here, right now, that I'd like to introduce you to my family's beautiful, southern bell Basset Hound, Clementine.
This is the story of Lala the squirrel. It was a spring afternoon when my neighbor text messaged me that he had something for my son Caspian, I told him to come on over. When we opened the door, my neighbor was standing there holding a cardboard box. We peeked inside, to find a baby squirrel resting safely. He told us, "I was in my yard when I felt something tapping on my foot." "I looked down, and it was this baby squirrel!" "So I gave her a pet on the head and walked away." "I turned to see she was following me." "I put her in the box near the tree, but no mama squirrel came, so I figured she has been orphaned and I thought I should give her to you and Caspian because you will take good care of her."
What's up peeps?!? Did ya miss me? In my last post I said that we would get to my ridiculous name later, so I guess we will get to it now. But before we do, I've got to be straight with you. The last post had some errors that my mommy noticed a little too late. I didn't let her edit the post and she didn't get to fix the errors. There weren't that many, but hey! What can I say? I am just a cat. I mean, it's amazing I know how to write in the first place. Don't you think a few errors by me are better than no errors by a human?? I think so.