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Catwoman

By April 19, 2020May 22nd, 2020No Comments

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Sarah Maria Griffin writes about her beloved her cat Mo and the misogyny behind the mockery of a woman who loves cats…

In the mornings, when I open the back door, I step outside before he does. He’s hesitant, as always. Not an outside cat, not in the real way. He lived the first three years of his life in a two-room apartment. I remember watching him watching the rain for the first time, almost a year into his Californian existence, wide-eyed at the window, the noise making his fur stand on end, his pupils tiny slits in his big, egg-yolk eyes.

Sarah Marian Griffin writes about her beloved her cat Mo and the misogyny behind the mockery of a woman who loves cats…

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