The Cat Immersion Project

Let’s just take a break from the news of the day for a moment to acknowledge more people who do their part to make life a bit better.

In Seattle, a young cancer patient can’t be with her cat during her many visits to Seattle Children’s Hospital for treatment. So the hospital asked its Facebook “friends” to help out.

And they did.

Well done, people.

Not every cat video on YouTube is pointless.

And now this word from the young lady…


” You guys remind me that there is so much good in the world, and its just makes me feel so much better, and connected. I can’t tell you how it feels sometimes, feeling disconnected and cut off from the world, and then with something like cat pictures bringing me back. Thank you all for your kind words, and well wishing. Its means more then you can ever know. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you…”

  • Dave S.

    Give the title and first paragraph of this post, I was expecting something much different. :-) Not that this isn’t nice too.

  • http://www.walkerart.org/openfield/event/internet-cat-video-film-festival/ Snyder

    I wonder if there is any way to connect her with the Internet Cat Video Film Festival later this month at Walker Open Field? (click on the link I embedded with my name for details)