This blog is a living, breathing journal of a girl and her feline companion. We started Eat Laugh Purr in September 2010, and it’s been a fascinating ride. I lost my beloved Emeril and muse on August 17, 2012 after an 11-month battle with kidney disease (CRF). My heart still aches from the loss of the most handsome feline in the whole wide world. I imagine it always well.
I take comfort in him being the most handsome feline in heaven, and the knowledge he is once again looking after his little brother, Morimoto.
Life must go on, and I found laughter again in a big ginger tabby cat I named Max. He runs, plays, gobbles up his food and most importantly—he poops like a champ.
Sorry, if you are new to Eat Laugh Purr, but Emeril suffered from chronic constipation, so … yeah, finding poo in the litter box makes me smile. Some girls want diamonds. I want a cat with regular bowel movements.
Technically, I want diamonds too—just to be clear.
I’m looking forward to having my life completely revolve around Max. We’re still getting to know one another, but I trust he’ll have me wrapped around his big white mitts in no time. But don’t worry— I’m not a crazy cat lady.
Well … maybe a mildy crazy cat lady. What can I say? I luuuuuuuurve cats.
Beyond a deep love for furry felines, I also am a writer, blogger (duh) marketing consultant and web designer. I love to eat and thankfully, (or is it regretfully?) I also like to cook.
Ahhhhhhh … food porn. Are you hungry yet?
My hobbies (beyond catering to my furry feline’s every whim) are reading, going to the movies, exploring new restaurants, trying new recipes, napping and playing Angry Birds way too much.
Max enjoys playing and playing and playing some more. He particularly enjoys playing as loudly as he possibly can in the middle night. He is also a real good pooper. Hallelujah.
Max and I work hard to bring a dose of laughter and good food into your lives. Thank you for visiting us, and we appreciate you inviting your friends to check us out too.
We have great expectations for this blog (and life too!) and we hope you do too!