Just because you lack opposable thumbs doesn't mean you can't have online friends.

I don't know how we're doing closing the digital divide between rich and poor, but it looks like the divide between humans and cats is getting narrower.

I'm pretty sure the moment when every cat has a webpage of his or her own is one of the early signs of the apocalypse.

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No, Dogster is separate from Catster. When they comingle, that's the sign of the apocalypse.

By Unlearned Hand (not verified) on 25 Feb 2006 #permalink

The difference between cats and people is that those aren't my real friends. My real friends order sushi takeout and forget to clean up afterwards.

More treats - meow!