Now, with all your free time, you should go and read the earlier footage on the original site at www.breakingcatnews.com! ;-)
or at least an intern!
My mother was a librarian in the local public library when I was quite young; she then got her MLS and went to work for a law firm downtown as their librarian. I didn’t understand at the time, but later realized that some of her work stories were of her training and assisting the library technicians at the neighboring law firms (which hadn’t been prudent enough to hire a formally-trained librarian). Be that as it may—she’s now 95, has Alzheimer’s, and is in medical care. The local county public library has a book bag service for shut-ins and they bring her books to read. I’m not sure she tracks the plot, but it makes her so happy to carry around a book in her hand, sort of like a teddy bear. (May the circle . . . be unbroken . . . )
I usually read fiction on my kindle . . . so much so, that when I was recently reading a paperback, I found myself tapping pages and expecting them to turn. (facepalm)
I tend to read more scientific literature in paper, so I can flip back and forth and use my “geographic memory” from page to page. But as my eyes mature, I also find the kindle easier for fiction—the backlit page pops the text better.
The miniature caught me the same way too, for a moment.
“long pig” is what I’ve heard humans called!
The Venerable Boris (RIP) used to do this as a kitten, until he got too big and the curtain rod started wiggling. But he was scared to leap down, and just cried until I came and got him. (Good thing I was home, although if I hadn’t been home, he probably would have leapt down fine.)
ditto, love the baroque music.