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Sphynx: they CAN'T be cats!
Here we have a picture of Snorri taking a nap next to Santa Yoda. Chaya likes to visit those temporary Christmas ornament/decoration stores at malls on the day after Christmas. They are a good source for interesting tchotchkies that smoosh together science fiction characters and holiday themes. She originally bought Santa Yoda as a present for her mother, the ultimate Star Wars fan, but her mother rudely refused to accept the gift! "I don't have anywhere to put it. Santa Yoda doesn't match my decor," she pressed. "Decor, schmecor!" thought Chaya. Santa Yoda ultimately found a home next to, not to mention a friend in Snorri, and they often ruminate over the possibility that Snorri's relatives also traveled here a long time ago from a galaxy far, far away.
Red Kitty, pictured here at about three weeks of age, looks suspiciously like the Orc who wants to eat Merry and Pippin in the 2nd Lord of the Rings movie, The Two Towers. To be perfectly honest, that is more than enough to make me a little terrified. This specific Orc is named Snaga in the film, but if you had read the books as many times as Chaya, you would know that "snaga" is simply a title given to small, low-ranking Orcs by the gigantic Uruks; it translates as "slave." Now, Red Kitty is certainly young, but she is by no means a small kitten. In fact, Red Kitty is the largest kitten in the litter. It is my contention that, if Red Kitty is indeed an Orc, then she must be an Uruk-hai. Not only are the Uruk-hai the largest of the Orcs, they were even fed human meat by the evil Saruman! I quake with fear every time a kitten decides to play "attack cat" with me, and I remember, with terror, the Uruks' propensity to snack on human flesh. I am exhausted as I write this. Since the kittens' birth, my nights have been devoted solely to my desperate attempts at constructing spoken formulae that will render the meowing Orcses powerless and undesiring of human skin and sinews. I feel that I am getting close, but I cannot reveal the phrases: for the language they are constructed in is that of Mordor, which I will not utter here...