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    I am now using this blog to re-post some comments I make other blogs. For my full management blog see the Curious Cat Management Blog

    Saturday, June 10, 2006

    The Cat and a Black Bear

    Topic: cats

    Tabby cat terror for black bear

    A black bear picked the wrong yard for a jaunt, running into a territorial tabby who ran the furry beast up a tree - twice.

    Jack, a 15-pound orange and white cat, keeps a close vigil on his property, often chasing small animals, but his owners and neighbors say his latest escapade was surprising.

    "We used to joke, 'Jack's on duty,' never knowing he'd go after a bear,"

    See larger photo - AP Photo by Suzanne Giovanetti

    Clawless kitty chases bear up tree - read more on the story and see more photos.

    In, How to get traffic for your blog, Seth Godin writes: "Don't write about your cat, your boyfriend or your kids." Good advice, in general. Of course he follows that up with: Write about your kids - a sentence later. You have to learn the rules and then learn when (and how) to break them.

    Curious Cat Travels: Bear Warning sign (I will have to see about bring Jack on my hiking trips) - Bear at Yellowstone - Big Cats in Kenya


    Blogger David Ranney said...

    That poor bear. He probably only wanted a little garbage to eat.

    Here's the full story on this:


    5:29 PM  

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