Christmas Cat Report

With bonus movie review at the end!

Our housemates gave us a warm and fuzzy Christmas present by leaving their cats with us!

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Hello! Welcome! Skritches please!

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Kitteh using her paw to grab things is just the cutest thing ever. Meanwhile, Twitchy wanted to dance.

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I remember when Twitchy was more, well, twitchy. Now she left me hold her in all manner of compromising positions.

Kitteh was feeling a little cold, so I loaned her my scarf!

I’m in this post too, because I’m sure they miss me too. And I’m vain.

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It’s so cool that they have a cat statue on the pedestal by their door!

Please see my previous cat report for rates.

The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game

The title is terrible*, but the movie was wonderful. Primarily set in 1939-41, an era I might just be a fan of, and starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Kiera Knightly, it was sometimes difficult to pay attention to the movie, and not pretend the three of us were alone together…
The clothes were very well done, with a positively countless number of Faire Isle jumpers throughout.
Like playing Sherlock, Cumberbatch is in his prime playing another strange genius, and the score supports this wonderfully with a series of minor key songs in three.

*The title refers to what is now known as the Turing (AI) Test. The movie centers on his time spent cracking the German Enigma machine. I don’t quite know why they wouldn’t compose a title with such a juicy word.

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