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The Mysterious Gray Weather Cat has looked at the signs . . .

2013-01-29 - Fortune Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
. . . and folks, it ain't good
. The Mysterious Gray Weather Cat which Great Mema has recruited for daily visits has been narrow focused today. Mostly it wants to come in the house, desperately so. Or it's intent on watching the sky with a wary eye, as in the left photo, looking for signs. After much coaxing, it delivered its summary of the situation, which we interpreted as "It ain't good." Great Mema says that they watch cats in China to see what weather is about to happen - there cats are believed to sense earthquakes ahead of time. "They're never wrong," Great Mema says of her furry friends. She's watched the Mysterious Gray Weather Cat today, and is sure something is coming down. Birds acted funny, today, too. They were either eerily quiet or making frenetic chatter, and they weren't freeloading at the seed tray. May be coincidental but the National Weather Service was predicting thunderstorms, in concert with the Mysterious Cat. - Ed Waggener

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