Everybody is green today. On the left, the mighty hunter Inkblot is in search of his prey: a blade of grass or two to munch on — which he will eventually barf up. On the right, the mighty snoozer Domino has burrowed her way under a quilt and is wondering why she's being disturbed in her hidey-hole.
In other feline news, Scientific American examines the evolution of the housecat and concludes that it's all about the food bowl. They love us because we feed them. Needless to say, this is not exactly breaking news, especially for those of us who open cans of cat food each night and are exposed to such piteous cries that you'd think we had been keeping our furballs in kitty concentration camps all day until dinner was served. Luckily, they make up for this mercenary attitude by being really cute, which is clearly their comparative advantage. Otherwise they'd never have lasted.