You write “A Catwoman in Dogland” for the awesome editors at the Bark, who like it enough to include it in Howl, their just-released follow-up to the bestselling Dog Is My Co-Pilot. The subtitle says it all: “A collection of the best contemporary dog wit.” And then, well, you just gotta purr a little.
And then you wish, not for the first time, that there was a magazine equivalent for cats. . . .