Overboard

 Curiosity nearly killed the cat 

Able Sea-cat Bart highlights the problem of doors and hatches blocking essential patrolling activities in Curiosity Nearly Killed the Cat. Exploring and seeing what’s going on is what seafurrers do, he explains in a cautionary tale of seafaring felines, the sailors’ pest controllers, shipmates, mascots and pets.   Read more

 

 Purrlitzer Prize 

In Purrlitzer, Able Sea-cat Bart shares Alan Villiers’ story of the Joseph Conrad crew rowing to rescue the ship’s kitten that fell overboard. It’s a classic tale of the head-above-water courage of seafaring felines, the sailors’ pest controllers, shipmates, mascots and pets.   Read more

 

 Spinning a yarn 

Spinning a yarn isn’t fake news, it’s a take-a-break equivalent to Grumpy Cat’s online antics. Sailors never let facts get in the way of a good story says Able Sea-cat Bart, tall tale curator of seafaring felines, the sailors’ pest controllers, shipmates, mascots and pets.   Read more

 

 Fortune’s swings 

In Fortune’s Swings, Able Sea-cat Bart shares Richard Hakluyt’s story of the ship’s cat that “lept into the sea” when John Locke was sailing to Jerusalem. It’s the first recorded rescue at sea reports the story curator for seafaring felines, the sailors’ indispensable shipmates, mascots and pets.   Read more

 

 Roll out the barrel 

Roll out the barrel with tales of one cat saved from shipwreck riding a barrel to another shooting over Niagara Falls in a barrel. Enjoy these stories says Able Sea-cat Bart of the seafaring felines, the sailors’ pest controllers, shipmates, mascots and pets.   Read more

 

 Nine lives 

This ship’s cat used up a couple of his nine lives when he fell overboard and fought off albatross reckons Able Sea-cat Bart. But he was rescued reports the story curator of seafaring felines, the sailors’ pest controllers, shipmates, mascots and pets.   Read more