While this isn't strictly paranormal, the press item is couched as such, and I don't have a personal blog set up, so...
So, here is my original Facebook post of 12th October - an otherwise dull evening:
You've seen the TV ad for the cat treat 'Temptations', where the cat busts through the wall when the guy rattles the packet. Well, it's not much of an exaggeration, as Leo's reaction to the sound of the packet being handled will testify.
So, curiousity finally got the better of me; I had to find out what makes these things so irresistable. I tried one.
Don't do it!
Unless you want an experience similar to a crunchy explosion of rotten fish inside your mouth. They are absolutely fucking revolting.
To a human, anyway. Leo still loves them to bits. I don't understand it.
A little irony
I spent some time sending out press information as widely as I could regarding the exhibition that opened at Photospace Gallery (which I run) last night. The organisor of the show, respected Auckland photographer Haruhiko Sameshima, did likewise. 'Selective Exposure' features 10 contemporary NZ artists, some based overseas, all working with film-based photography as a means of engaging with the world.
This exhibtion is of the highest quality and, I think, well worth some media coverage, but do you think we got even one bite from the press releases? Instead, what gets in the paper on the first day the exhibition is open to the public? An amusing little item about me eating cat food.
Photo credit (below): Rob Wilson - Frontline Photography