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My Cat and The Podcast

January 16th, 2008 at 05:28 am

Yesterday, I was recording the weekly "I Was Broke. Now I'm Not!" podcast (iTunes; Non-iTunes) at an abnormal location - my house.

I experienced a technical difficulty at about 2 minutes 36 seconds into the podcast. The technical difficulty? My stupid cat.

Having never recorded the podcast at my house before, I failed to realize that my cat would show up and request (demand) to be petted. She came trotting in - collar bell ringing and all.

The result? Well, I can't really describe it, but it was all caught on the podcast. I have cut that section out for your listening pleasure HERE. A few seconds into it, you will start hearing the cat's jingling bell. You will hear it close in on the microphone and then well, you will have to listen to it!

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1 Responses to “My Cat and The Podcast”

  1. mom-from-missouri Says:

    I feel for you. Years ago when I was living back home I went to a country church. It had a huge mouse problem. The minister lived just down the road and during the week he would bring his cat with him to catch mice. Well, one Sunday morning during the sermon, the cat comes walking down the center isle, (came in thru an open window--no screens) head and tail up, meowing rather loudly. She then jumps up on the pulpit and demanded his full attention-while he is trying to preach. Two times he removed her, the third time his wife got her and put her outside.

    Another time it ran into a Sunday School room chasing a mouse-and caught it--caused several screams, then refused to let anyone take it outside-guess the cat thought everyone was after her mouse.

    Her name, was "Church Belle". She roamed the church for over 12 years. The church even bought her cat food and at Christmas kids would give her cat toys. She rid that old building (over 125 yrs old at the time) of many a mouse.

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