The Sunday Cat takes a break

Doesn’t that make sense?  Maybe especially if they’re already in a NY Resolution?

But if you want to read a frightening article about what might be responsible for our recently discussed crazy cat ladies, do be my guest.  Given philosophers can entertain unusual ideas, you might be able to take  the opening lines of the article:

Here’s a little-known and slightly terrifying fact: According to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 60 million people in the United States are infected with a parasite that may migrate into their brains and alter their behavior in a way that — among other things — may leave them more likely to be eaten by cats. New research into this common parasite — Toxoplasma gondii — may offer clues to the phenomenon known to the unscientifically-minded as “crazy cat lady” syndrome.

In my book, that’s enough!