Normally, we members of the Curiosity Quills Press team busy ourselves with mundane and unenlightened endeavors like web development, SEO, editing, and publishing. In the eyes of our latest guest, all these things are a waste of time, to be relegated to lesser beings (like dogs).
Meet Cat Food Breath, a 17-pound Siamese representative of the cat species, with an expensive sushi habit. Cat Food Breath, or just “CFB”, besides being a Twitter VIP, is now our new special columnist – stay tuned for the launch of her dedicated soapbox (or, litterbox, as the case may be).
And how many blogs can boast of having a resident feline?
CQ: Many humans (and undoubtedly, most cats) desire a soapbox to make their voices heard, though a good majority never quite succeed in building it up. Clearly, you are not among these. Could you tell us what prompted you to take to Twitter, and how you have come to enjoy such tremendous reach and success among your homo sapiens audience?
CQ: In addition to the humble human, you have many cat followers as well. How does it feel to be an inspiration to litters of future Tweeps (or is that Meowps?)
CQ: Speaking of litters, pardon the immodest question but does your catness travel in mutual orbit with another, or like a very self-contained star, is destined to shine alone?
CQ: Your opinion of canine intelligence and wit is well known, but have you ever encountered an individual that’s an exception to the rule? How did you react?
CQ: Is 140 characters enough to contain you? We have recently come upon a Twitter alternative called Woofer, letting users “woof” no less than 1,400 characters at a time. What is the feline take on this wordy and possibly canine-created/inspired thingamajig?
CQ: You mentioned you are a Klout-rated expert in healthy living and exercise. What advice would you give your fellow cats? What about their humans?
CQ: ICanHazCheezburger.com: deeply meaningful look into the importance of cats, or exploitative schlock?
CQ: Keyboard cat: unsung feline artiste, or misguided squanderer of precious naptimes? Any words you’d like to add in his passing?
CQ: Speaking of the YouTube phenomenon, have you thought of taking it to the airwaves (or the digital waves, as the case may be)?
CQ: Finally, what’s next on your plate? Both literally, and figuratively.
So there you have it, folks. Straight from the cat’s meow to your ears. Er, eyes. Whatever.
Expect more Cat Food Breath on the Curiosity Quills menu – in small, expensive cans, of course.
It’s all about me. I am a 17 pound cat with a sushi habit. I’m fabulous …. what more does anyone need to know? As a Siamese, I am talkative, intelligent, extroverted, brave, funny, clever, and good at math. I’m an expert food critic, yoga instructor, relaxation consultant, and fur re-locator, but my full time avocation involves trying to get rid of the dog. I am polydactyl, hence the exceptional keyboard skills, and very literate, having napped on many comfortable books, magazines, and newspapers. I sleep a lot. If you are reading this, you have excellent taste in cats. Read even more at catfoodbreath.com.