This Week in Cats

In 2016 and 2017, Josie Kafka wrote several delightful weekly articles featuring cat news. As she described it, "This Week in Cats is a weekly (more or less) post about all things cat-related. The nature of what 'related' means in this context will be determined by Sam T. Cat and his plucky sidekick, Josie Kafka. The nature of what 'cat' means is unknowable to human brains; all we can do is read, hope for enlightenment, and provide more boxes for them to play with."

Here they are, latest first.

January 15, 2017: This week's This Week in Cats covers some of the top TV news from this week.

January 8, 2017: Sam T. Cat discusses the ontological despair of the YouTube video 'Kittens, Inspired by Kittens.'

January 1, 2017, this week entitled This Week in Bears: Josie Kafka and Sam T. Bear discuss the ontological ramifications of the Mandela Effect, which may or many not exist in this reality.

December 25, 2016: Sunbunny suggests visiting a site called Cat Suggest and shares pictures of her cat.

December 18, 2016: Sam T. Cat and his human sidekick Josie Kafka bring you the gift of a cat-themed parody of The Usual Suspects from Key and Peele.

December 11, 2016: Sam T. Cat and Josie Kafka discuss the website Cats on Film, which talks about cats who are in movies.

December 4, 2016: Sam T. Cat and Josie Kafka discuss "The Lion in Your Living Room," a documentary on Netflix about cats.

November 27, 2016: This Week in Cats goes medieval.

November 20, 2016: Sam T. Cat and Josie Kafka bring you the best of cats (and other animals) on a semi-weekly basis.

November 13, 2016: Josie Kafka and Sam T. Cat consider the cat apocalypse of Robert Repino's books Mort(e) and Culdesac.

November 6, 2016: Josie Kafka and Sam T. Cat discuss the works of Charlie Jane Anders, including her new short story 'Clover' from Tor.com.

October 30, 2016: Josie Kafka and Sam T. Cat consider the new book 'The Trainable Cat.'

October 16, 2016: Josie Kafka and Sam T. Cat bring you the best news in cats, this week with a focus on gifs.

October 9, 2016: Josie Kafka and Sam T. Cat recommend the movie Keanu, about humans who do their duty towards a kitten.

October 2, 2016: This Week’s Recommendation: Naomi Kritzer’s short story “Cat Pictures Please,” which won Best Short Story for the 2016 Locus Awards and 2016 Hugo Awards.

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