Hi! Hello there (*waves from Novato*). Meow was your Christmas?
Mine was good. We visited my parents in the East Bay, out in Union City. Lots of food and catching up. We watched the Golden State Warriors basketball game. Connor practiced her high diving off the living room couch.
I missed my tabby, of course. I missed him a whole lot. I really miss his big personality around the holidays.
Rosie has been a member of our family and the head of Tabs the Cat Industries, LLC for a little more than a year now, and she’s definitely coming out of her shell. She’s plotting her own course and following in Tabs’s footsteps in terms of making a name for herself and achieving greatness.
Like, this month she developed her first signature Christmas fashion product, a biometric cat collar that displays the wearer’s disposition at any given moment.
It’s really cool, but whereas Tabs designed products based on intuition and his uncanny sense of style, Rosie follows the scientific method, relying on focus groups and frequent collaboration.
Her research found that cats respond well to rainbows, so the collar’s OLED screen displays a rainbow when the wearer is happy and purring.
It also monitors your steps, your heart rate to see if you’re getting stressed out, monitors your treat levels to alert you when your treat level gets dangerously low, and it lets you know if you aren’t getting enough sleep, because cats can never get enough sleep.
It even lets you know if your enemies are nearby. That way you can go into combat mode if you need to.
And it also monitors all of the humans around and reminds you to be nice to them.
It’s truly remarkable. I can’t wait to see what Rosie comes up with next. 😊
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,