The Squirrel-B-Q was a Great Success, by Guiness the Cat
Hello, it is Guiness the Cat, President of the Professional Cat Bloggers Association with an update on the PCBA's first ever Squirrel-B-Q. I am pleased to report that the effort was a complete success. Thanks to all the kitties who were able to attend, and to the humans and dogs who pitched in on the effort as well.
Amazingly, the weather was perfect for the hunt and cookout. It has been so dreary and rainy of late, I was afraid we would have had to cancel. I do not like going out in the rain.
I think we should schedule another Squirrel-B-Q in a few weeks, say about a week before the humans' gardens come in. It would be a tremendous public service on our behalf, score us a lot of good will, and be good publicity. After all, it's rather hard for our four-pawed friends to type in the address to our profile pages ourselves. Humans are sometimes needed to turn the computer on for us, as well. Being able to eat their own corn and tomatoes themselves (for a change) should make the humans more inclined to check out what we have to say.
I have put a few things on the agenda for the next meeting. Several of our members, such as Freya the Catblog Cat and Mildred the Cat, were not able to attend the Squirrel-B-Q due to transportation issues. We need to figure out how to make sure every kitty who needs a ride has one.
And as you know, times are hard for blogging kitties these days, and many of our members are struggling to pay for their own cat food. I know I am waiting for a gift card to land in my inbox that I earned clicking cute animal videos so that I can send my human on a food and litter procurement mission. We need to brainstorm some fundraiser and promotion ideas to see if we can't get more money coming into the kitty.
Be thinking of some good ideas for our next Skype planning meeting. In the meantime, keep up the good work, fellow felines.
Sincerely, Guiness the Cat, President, PCBA
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