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May 14, 2003

Dear Reader,

Summer is on my mind. The kids will go off in different
directions for sleep-away camp, leaving my husband and I
alone for nine whole days. I want to plan a road trip
up the California coast for the two of us, but I’m usually
not very good at getting around to plans like this. Everyone
always makes their plans before I make mine — and I end up
learning just how popular whatever destination I’m interested
in is!

See ya on the Net,
Barbara J. Feldman
“Surfing the Net with Kids”

Cat Silliness


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(Teach your kids how to make games just
like these with my step-by-step manual. )

Are cat people sillier than non-cat people? Take a tour of today’s just-for-fun feline sites, and judge for yourself!

Cats Around the World



Meet Dalli and Sammy from Houston, Texas. These two cats like to travel, and have the vacation snapshots to prove it. See Dalli and Sammy modeling in front of the Eiffel Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge and Faneuil Hall. What? You think these pictures are doctored? But Dalli and Sammy gave me their word. “We were not dropped into the photos by computer.” If you just have to know more, you can email their owner. The truth may surprise you.

CLAW Theater



“What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and Juliet is the sun. It is you, my love!
Oh, see how she cleans her whiskers with her paws?” Are you ready for kitty cat Shakespeare? CLAW is a large entertainment complex with thirteen must-see shows, including Romeo & Juliet, Robin Hood, Three Little Pigs and Snow White. The plays are witty and cute, with real cats playing all of the roles. Think “picture book adaptation,” and you’ll get some idea of what to expect.

Mainzer Dressed Cat Postcards



Published between 1940 and 1965, these anthropomorphic postcards created by New Yorker Alfred Mainer, were printed in Belgium, Turkey and Switzerland. Collector Glenda Moore says “The charm of the postcards is not just in the fact that the cats are in everyday ‘people’ situations, but in the amount of detail in each picture – note the pickpocket on the train, for example, or the fact that most of the ‘better dressed’ female cats have poodles as pets.” She has carefully captioned each of her 112 postcards and organized them by subjects such as Around the House, Just Being Kids and School Time.

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