And recently they began getting re-acquainted because Cathleen and Brian plan to move in together next month.
They checked shelter records and found that Ozzy and Butter were, in fact, the long-lost brothers.
I’m not their companion or roommate; I’m their mother. They follow me around the apartment, drink from my water glass even if it’s next to their own, attempt to eat my food, lick my hand in gratitude while being pet, wait for me at the front door when they hear me walking up the stairs and sleep with me at night. Women are held to a different standard than men, and cats to a different standard than dogs.
Maisy is typically curled into the bend in my knees, Piper at my hips and Deacon at my feet. Society has a bad habit of scrutinizing women for how we live and whom we love. A dog is stereotypically more easygoing and outgoing, a masculine companion.
Today, we have an extra special interview on The World or Bust with none other than, thee “Debbie” aka Cara Hartman (or vice versa), the viral You Tube sensation behind “e Harmony Video Bio”. Not only does her video have over 25 M views, but Cara and I actually went to the same high school together, Lower Merion, just outside of Philly.
She ecstatically agreed to do a little interview with me (well, happily at least) so here goes!
Replace “cat” with “dog” in any of the above instances, and I’d be considered hot — a catch even! If I were in a relationship, I’d be one half of a cute animal-loving couple. Women and cats have been pigeonholed together for centuries.
During the Inquisition, the Catholic Church published a guidebook for identifying and burning witches (women) and the cats they kept.
I show pictures because they’re cute enough to be cat models. ) I talk tomy cats because they talk (or meow) back.A You Tube video entitled "e Harmony Video Bio" has absolutely blown up overnight, pretty much epitomizing the term "going viral." The video wants you to believe that it is some sort of leaked online dating service bio, and it features a young, attractive girl with an extreme affinity for her feline companions.The video info says, "I'm Debbie, I love cats and I just want a soulmate! The 2 1/2 minute video starts off quite normal and then turns really funny when Debbie can't get a grip on her emotions when talking about cats.Propagandists in the anti-suffrage movement used postcards of cats dressed like suffragettes to portray female activists as incompetent and unfit for the political arena.The term “crazy cat lady” was cemented in American popular culture with “The Simpsons” character Eleanor Abernathy, a cat-hoarding spinster.
The video has been picked up by a ton of blogs and news sites, ranging from Mashable to CBS.