Friday, October 31, 2014

     A Few Fun And Interesting Things For The Weekend...

In 1982 Louis Comuti, the first feline veterinarian, reported an incident; an elderly widow wanted to be buried with her cat. When the cat passed away, she had it buried in a pet cemetery where it would lie until her own death. Unfortunately she soon found out that it violated health regulations for the cat to be buried with her. Not to be deterred the woman had the cat cremated and its ashes where sewn into the hem of her wedding dress in which she was ultimately was buried.

This  week on Meet The Press; an interesting video of " what kids would sound like if they talked like politicians";

Next check out the floating cat sanctuary in Amsterdam ;

Did you know that people are selling their imaginary friends on e bay?

And lastly we want to give a big Noodle hug to Blue Marble Ice Cream. Made in Brooklyn, New York not only did Alexis and Jennie start this great sweet treat business but they took it a step further and started a non-profit to help women in Rwanda and soon in Haiti by helping to open ice cream shops in both countries! We love this idea and we love them for putting a wonderful dream into reality. Check out the ice cream and donate to the cause! and

Have a fun and wonderful weekend!

Noodle and crew


  1. How does being buried with your pet violate health regulations? A corpse is a corpse, and bipeds ARE animals. Humans sure have weird rules. At least she devised a good solution!

    Purrs and peace.

  2. BOL, BOL! Imaginary friends??? Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

  3. Thanks for all the information and facts. That was interesting about the kitty being buried with the owner. Please visit 15andmeowing for a giveaway.

  4. That was so cool stuff today Noodle! Have a happy weekend!

  5. You have a good weekend too, Noodle!

  6. Wonderful blog. I love reading about news and I understand completely that your blog is not one of those cutesy-pootsie kitty blogs you refer to....
    but to each his own. You and I see I to I.