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A Cat Wrangler

     I’ve been on a “word roll” for blogging. Can’t help it. The last few blogs just got me going. I’d look down at the word count and realize that I needed to ease up. Just getting too long.   For this blog, I’m just keeping it short.

     Just had to throw that in. Anyway, this Time.com story got my attention. You can now hire a bounty hunter for your cat. Thought it was worthy of a blog mention, since I haven’t had one on contract or employment law in a while.

     For a fee of $80, this lady will coax your cat to a vet appointment or even a trip to the groomer. For $80, it might be worth it just to watch. She claims she always wins. She left the practice of law to do it.

     For pic 0′ day, I thought I’d reach into the vault for “Gone with the Wind…. Gone to the dog and cat”.

If Cats Could Be Lawyers

Famed lawyer and President, Abraham Lincoln, kept 4 cats in the White House.

“Cat Information”

Cats would make good investigators because they can see in the dark.

Cats cannot taste sugar so they would not be distracted from work and research, by chocolate.

Cats are Polydactyl and that certainly sounds like it would help on a case. Of course it might also help to know what it means.

Cats can hear ultrasonic noises which would help in interviewing witnesses. Well, witnesses that whisper.

Cats use their whiskers to determine if they can fit in small spaces. I haven’t figured out if that would be helpful in law unless you might be looking for a law book. Yea, that’s the ticket.

Anyway, these two cats seem ready for some holiday vacation.

 

 

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