We here at This Is Radelaide are committed to bringing the best content about our beloved city and beyond around the clock. However, recent studies have brought our attention to a lesser covered topic and the growth that comes with it: cats.
You may be asking, "what do you mean?", and we will try to explain it to you in a simple and pure form. Below is a graph that was instrumental to our studies.
Of course, you can't prove statistics wrong. The numbers are in, and we've crunched them hard. People love cats, and we love people; after all, we are a publication devoted to the public. After much discussion and conducive studies, This Is Radelaide is planning a rebrand to:
As such, this means a few major changes will be in order:
We are limiting our artist interviews and reviews to only anyone who has "cat" in their name. Cat Power, Cat Empire, Keyboard Cat, and Josie and the Pussycats will be featured prominently, as well as Cat Stevens. Any other artists, however, won't make the cut unless they change their name accordingly.
- Just Eat It will still continue; however we will be exclusively reviewing cat food and cat cafes around Adelaide. Expect a lot more reviews about Hashtag Meow and Whiskas before you hear about your favourite burger spot or winery any time soon.
- All photo galleries will now be galleries of cats from here on; as such, we will be looking to create more galleries about local Adelaide cats.
- Last but not least, we will be dedicating a weekly column to the most glorious cat of all: Garfield. Praise be to Garfield, and may the rage of Jim Davis smite all who oppose our tabby overlord.
We hope to implement these changes sooner rather than later and hope that you, our readers, appreciate and acknowledge the evolution we have to undertake. As the great Jim Davis once said;
"Way down deep, we are all motivated by the same urges. Cats have the courage to live by them."
For further enquiries, please email us at THISISCATELAIDE@gmail.com.
Best wishes, the This Is Catelaide crew.
Header image via flickr.
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