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Infinite Cat Project Archives for November 9-13, 2015.

Mewsings: November 9, 2015 - "A dog will flatter you but you have to flatter the cat."- George Mikes

king of the cat mountain

Gratuitous Kute Kittiness: "Just watchin' the babes go by."

Cat Mewvie: "Hey! Whose tail IS this?"

time and place for cat grooming

Today's Kitty Komic

pumpkin kittens

Feline Art: All cat-dresses should be sun-dresses.

kitty yums

Cat Treats Recalled for Possibly Containing Propylene Glycol.

Blue Buffalo Company Ltd. of Wilton, CT, is voluntarily recalling a limited production of Blue Kitty Yums Chicken Recipe Cat Treats that may contain low levels of propylene glycol. Propylene glycol is not permitted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in cat food.

FDA tested the product in response to a consumer complaint and found propylene glycol in one bag of the cat treats in the impacted lot. To date, the company stated that no other reports of incidents related to the cat treats have been received.

Cats reacting to high doses of propylene glycol may exhibit signs of depression and may have a loss of coordination, muscle twitching, and excessive urination and thirst. If your cat has consumed the recalled product and has these symptoms, please contact your veterinarian.

KYum_AdultCat_CKN_2ozTreat_MT00782.3The affected product was distributed nationwide in the U.S. and Canada through pet specialty stores and on the Internet.

The product is packaged in a 2-oz., plastic stand-up pouch. Only these specific code dates of this product are involved:

Blue Kitty Yums Tasty Chicken Recipe, UPC: 859610007820 – Best If Used By: April 24, 2016.

Blue Kitty Yums Tasty Chicken Recipe, UPC: 859610007820 – Best If Used By: July 24, 2016.

No other Blue Buffalo pet foods or treats are involved in this recall.

Consumers who have purchased the recalled product may return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact Blue Buffalo at 888-667-1508 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or by email at

Mewsings: November 10, 2015 - "To some blind souls all cats are much alike. To a cat lover every cat from the beginning of time has been utterly and amazingly unique."- Jenny de Vries

cat siting on woman's head

Gratuitous Kittiness: "Headshot!"

Cat Mewvie: I'd be freaked-out, too.

dog eats cat poops

Today's Kitty Komic

Kliban cat as airplane

Feline Art: More Kliban cats.

Mewsings: November 11, 2015 - "When addressed, a gentleman cat does not move a muscle. He looks as if he hasn't heard." - Mary Sarton

fluffy cat on post

Gratuitous Kittiness: "My god! It's ful of stars!"

Cat Mewvie: It's raining cats.

cat philosophy

Today's Kitty Komic

the arboreal cat

Surprise Kitty Art: The arboreal cat.

astro  cat

Professor Astro Cat brings kids the Universe.

Studying topics like science and math can often be a tedious activity for kids. A new app aims to change that, letting youngsters interact with mobile devices in a fun and educational way.

James Wilson and Alex Spiro, the co-founders of digital production company Minilab Studios, recently worked with a team of animators, developers, academics and illustrators to launch their first app, "Professor Astro Cat's Solar System."

Available on the App Store for $2.99, the educational game is based on Professor Astro Cat's Frontiers of Space, a children's book written by quantum computer scientist Dominic Walliman and illustrated by award-winning artist Ben Newman. The book, published in 2013, follows the galactic journey of a well-educated cat exploring just about any astrophysics-related topic under the sun -- from the the birth of the universe, to individual planets, to extraterrestrial life.

Wilson and Spiro's game converts the book into an app for kids 7-10. In an interview with HuffPost Live, they explained that educational apps can make the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) attractive to young children.

"These days there's actually a massive gap in the STEM-related professions: I think, in America, for every unemployed person there are 1.9 jobs that are available in STEM-related professions," Spiro said. "So what we wanted to do with Minilab is to sort of address that by introducing kids to science, engineering and math at an early age."

In addition, the Minilab creators believe that apps like "Professor Astro Cat's Solar System" could alleviate another pressing parenting issue: quality screen time for children.

Most kids in the United States, regardless of socio-economic background, have access to one or more popular electronic devices, including computers, smart phones and tablets. The proliferation of apps has prompted parents to question how much screen time is too much. Lately, though, the conversation has shifted from screen time to screen use.

"Children are sort of being drawn naturally to [tablets and gaming], and what we have to do is have a look and make sure that the content is still king and the screen time still matters," Wilson said. "So we want to inject fun and make fun and play and learning synonymous."

In the future, Minilabs plans to expand beyond science and astrophysics, offering apps for kids 3-10 on different subjects.

Mewsings: November 12, 2015 - "If a cat did not put a firm paw down now and then, how could his human remain possessed." - Winifred Carriere

cat at the vet

Gratuitous Kittiness: The case of the violin kitty.

Cat Mewvie: "This box is MINE!"

cat's patoot

Today's Kitty Komic

cat shaped building

The Feline Arts: Coolest kindergarten EVAH!

Mewsings: November 13, 2015 - "You can keep a dog; but it is the cat who keeps people, because cats find humans useful domestic animals."- George Mikes

crazy kitten

Gratuitous Kittiness: There's always one.

Cat Mewvie: How the not-so-magic happens.

kiler kitty

Today's Kitty Komic

shar art kitty

Surprise Kat Art: Shag kitty.

metal gear cat hat

You can wear a cat as a hat in Metal Gear Online

D-Dog gets all the love and praise (and it's deserved – he's the best video game dog of the year), but as any cat lover will tell you, cats are better than dogs. Our feline friends don't make very practical video game companions though, but Konami sees things differently: Metal Gear Online now has a fashionable cat hat. While it appears to offer no practical advantages, it's definitely a cat serving as a hat and for that reason, it's the best hat in video games.


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