When officers of the 60th Precinct in Brooklyn, NY found an abandoned kitten at their police station house, they lobbied their boss to keep the kitten as the precinct pet and morale booster. According to the NY Post, six-month-old Martin has lived up to these expectations, spending his days napping on desks, nibbling sandwich scraps, and cheering up officers after a hard day. Read the full story in the New York Post.
If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, we suggested that you take a news break for your mental health, on Monday, we ran the last part in our four part series “Ruby Goes to the Dentist, on Tuesday, we featured Technyflex, an omega-3 supplement that can help cats with arthritis, on Wednesday, we began our month-long anniversary celebration with a huge giveaway, on Thursday, Ruby shared her experience at the dentist in her own words, and on Friday, we reviewed A Cat Named Swan.
I came across today’s video of Allegra stealing Q-tips off the bathroom counter the other day and thought I’d share it with you today. She was about a year old back then. And she’s still stealing Q-tips seven years later if I don’t remember to put them in the cabinet!
Have a great weekend!
Photo via New York Post