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Editor’s note:  What's the only consistent thing about Jonathan’s blogs these days?  He doesn’t seem to be writing any.  Despite offers unlimited cold water from the radio station’s drinking fountain, our morning guy has been rather demotivated.  Since at least tens of people are looking for entertainment from this highly viewed microcosm of the web, we’re going to start having guest bloggers in this space.
 
This week’s guest blogger is Jonathan’s cat, Baxter.

 
Greetings Humans!  I have to apologize for Litter Cleaner’s Jonathan’s lack of interest in this blog, but I’m here to entertain you.
 
Here’s a bit of gossip from the cyber world.  Have you heard about Cat Fancy’s twitter feed?  I’ve been a subscriber to Cat Fancy for several years.  I also subscribe to Feline Froufrou and Spontaneous Kitten.  I’ve outgrown the Spontaneous Kitten, but I still subscribe because I like the easy crossword puzzle on the last page.  It’s not as easy as People Magazine’s.  Let’s be honest, my clumped litter can solve People magazine’s puzzle!
 
I digress.  This story is about some people who have created a twitter account for Cat Fancy, but they are not really associated with the magazine. 
 
Here are some of the tweets sent by “Cat Fancy”:
 
Papa cat finally tells kittens about his other secret family in Cleveland.
 
Cat opens Chinese restaurant as an excuse to own several fish tanks.
 
Oh no!  I think Mr. Mittens picked the lock on the gun safe.
 
Seeking cats 18-25 for "cat next door" adult entertainment. Requirements: be in good shape; not afraid of being naked; be a cat.
 
These are brilliant!  I’m so angry I didn’t think of doing this myself.  I want to cause some havoc in the world of Twitter.
 
Does Dog Fancy already have a twitter account?
 
Yes? Shoot!
 
How about Ferret Weekly?
 
Dang!
 
Goldfish Monthly?
 
You’ve got to be kidding me!
 
Modern Woman?
 
It’s available?!
 
Great.
 
Hello Twitter World.  Check out @ModernWoman3000 on Twitter!
 
Tweets courtesy of your buddy, Baxter.
 




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