Tickets for the Final Four Cat Fight Tournament are Still Availabale


Sometimes it seems like all our cats are involved in a fighting competition. I feel like I want to sell tickets to the events but I can’t seem to get them to give me a schedule of events and I often can’t tell if they are just sparring or if a real fight event is happening.Β Chris and Frankie had a real fight event this morning but I didn’t know it was scheduled or I would have had a film crew ready. I did have to ring the bell and send them to their respective corners.

This fight was from last week. I didn’t realize it, but our cats have developed a modified tag team event.

Chris and Floki are fighting now. Get your tickets before it’s too late and the tournament is over.

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20 thoughts on “Tickets for the Final Four Cat Fight Tournament are Still Availabale

  1. Summer

    Boy cats do tend to fight pretty aggressively sometimes! Binga has a touch of play aggression and is sometimes too rough with Boodie, and my human has to break it up.

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  2. Dennis

    Did I see a headlock at 1:50? πŸ˜€ Definitely knows the technique!

    Yesterday I thought of you. Unrelated to this post, but I remember you told me about St. Augustine recently when we talked about photography. Yesterday I was bored on my couch and zapped through the TV channels, and then I spotted a documentary about the US East Coast that I found interesting.

    The documentary had one of these “We start in the north and go to the south” concepts where they show all the special places from north to south. By the end it was about florida, and they showed St. Augustine. I remembered “Charles! He told me about the place!”.

    Really, looks like an awesome place, now I understand what you meant with oldest place or history place. They talked about the first European settlements, about the colonial history, about the Spanish settlers and the natives. They showed one archaeologist who said you just have to dig with your hands, and you do already find things of that time, and he meant it’s easy to find historical things there. They showed the fortresses, the beautiful nature there, and also the streets of that place.

    I just though this must be a cool place to take photos.

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    1. Charles Huss Post author

      My wife and I went there for our honeymoon and we try to go back once or twice a year, except for these last couple of years. We like the culture and history there. It is difficult to find that in America. That is part of the reason I want to visit Deutschland.

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      1. Dennis

        I think you have a lot of interesting places too but it’s much larger over there. Apart from colonial history, or western history, I like that you still have wide nature, you can’t find that in Germany anymore. Here, when people talk about nature, including myself, we just talk about a few square kilometres of nature before you find a street again. Your nature reserves are much larger than that, but so is your country. πŸ™‚

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  3. Robin

    Haha! Nothing wrong with a good kitty wrestling match. πŸ™‚ My cats have been doing a lot of wrestling lately too. They really enjoy it. It is really funny to watch them. Selling tickets is a great idea! Get a few more kitties on board and you could have quite the event! LOL

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