Monday, March 3, 2008


According to an article in the "Health" section of Monday's Los Angeles Times, owning a cat may lower one's risk of dying from a heart attack by as much as 40%. This information, which is based on a study of 4,435 people from the second National Health & Nutrition Examination survey, was presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference in New Orleans last month.

So now you can add longer life to the multitude of services we cats provide to humans. If you don't have a cat, I suggest you get one immediately! And while you're at it, why not pre-order a copy of my forthcoming book, The World Is Your Litter Box, which will help your new cat learn the ropes and provide you with some cheap laughs. For more information, please visit the official The World Is Your Litter Box website.

1 comment:

Steve's Female said...

But do humans lower the risk of heart attacks in cats? I think not.