This redhead cutie called Gustav typed the origin set of poems which his human, Göran Greider, later edited and published as a collection. The collection of poems where sold for donations to Animal protection (rescue?) Sweden. Gustav is no longer with us but Göran still loves cats besides politcs.
Photograph David Williams gives the stereotype a twist with portfolio Men & cats
Zen in its essence is the art of seeing into the nature of one’s own being, and it points the way from bondage to freedom. By making us drink right from the fountain of life, it liberates us from all the yokes under which we finite beings are usually suffering in this world.
This is how D.T. Suzuki describes Zen. The picture confirms the thesis.
The coolest cat groupie ever must be Lana Del Rey on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Joyce Carol Oates loves them
Human and writer Carole Nelson Douglas loves her Owners so much she dedicated a whole series to them, 28 bookes makes out the mystery series of Midnight Louie and one have to love the titels – and covers!
To all cultural cat lovers, let 2015 be the best cat year ever!
What could possibly be more appealing then writing in cat font? It turns beautiful by default.
The Cultural Cat staff is pretty disappointed to find out a that the Nobel Prize 2014 is awarded a writer who doesn’t have have a cat. It is quite the scandal to be honest. Especially since the permanent secretary of the Swedish academy, announcer of the Nobel Prize in literature, is a cat lover. His cats are called Pollux and Castor, same as the nicknames Simone de Beauvoir and Jean Paul Sartre used to have for each other. Kind of cute isn’t it?
This is pollux.
And this is Castor
Céline may have been hated for his political view and he may not have thought any good of mankind or the world. But one thing he got right. His love for cats.