...and it's no walk in the park for our Paris Correspondent, Dean:
"Well, after a full day of culture today we thought to go for a nice stroll in the Tuileries garden.
The Tuileries Palace was a royal palace in Paris which stood until 1871, when it was destroyed in the upheaval during the suppression of the Paris Commune. It closed off the western end of the Louvre courtyard, which has remained open since the destruction of the palace.
With the disappearance of the palace, the Arc de Triomphe du
Carrousel, built between 1806 and 1808 to serve as an entrance of honor
at the Tuileries, became the dominant feature of the Place du Carrousel.
It is a triumphal arch that was commissioned in 1806 to commemorate
Napoleon’s military victories of the previous year."
"We stopped at a lamp post, but Zombie Kitty Kawaii! (hey, I'm doing
pretty good on the name now) didn't seem to want to go pee pee on the
lamp post. Not being a Kat owner myself, I really don't know how these
things work. And I just realized that Paris doesn't have red fire
hydrants in the streets. However, Paris does have: http://jonathanturley.org/2011/02/27/do-the-rooms-come-with-fire-hydrants-paris-has-luxury-pet-hotel/
"Zombie Kitty Kawaii! was sitting very nice for the photos when all of a
sudden he jumped off the statue and ran in the garden and started eating
grass. I don't know too much about Kats, but I get a strange feeling
that this is not a good sign."
No, not a good sign at all. As Angie, our Port Washington Correspondent, remarks; "Grass eating is a sure sign of hair balls to follow. I hope you have plenty of carpet cleaner on hand ..."