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Schrodinger’s Box

box Earl.jpgMany years ago physicist Erwin Schrodinger introduced the hypothetical physics problem of a cat in a dangerous box. GalleyCat reader Kristen Britain (author of the Green Rider series) sent us the first ever picture of Schrodinger’s Amazon Box: “Attached is a photo of my late Maine Coon kitten, Earl Grey, working very hard as a manuscript cozy (manuscript for book 3 is in the box–not an advertisement for Amazon or anything). He was a rescue and the sweetest kitty I’ve ever known.”

Next, reader M. David Hornbuckle (a writer at large for mediabistro’s Avant Guild and author of The Salvation of Billy Wayne Carter & Other Stories sent this picture of his indispensable writing companion, Frankie.

frankie-inbox.jpgWelcome to GalleyCat’s annual literary pet parade, a publishing holiday tradition established by former senior editor Ron Hogan during his four-year tenure at this blog. For a few crazy days, GalleyCat readers and their pets rule the blog. Follow this link to read more about the annual photo spread and find out where our former senior editor is headed next.

One more photo after the jump!

Finally, Susan Alcott Jardine (author of The Channel: Stories From L.A.) passed along photos of her rescued ferals.


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