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Sundays With Tabs the Cat, Makeup and Beauty Blog Mascot, Vol. 798

Sure, I call this particular weekly missive “Sundays With Tabs,” but sometimes, when the resident feline overlord here at company HQ, does something spectacular, it’s all about Rosie.

And this is one of those times!

This week — oh, my gosh! — Rosie did something incredible.

Let me break it down.

A few weeks ago, Rosie and her team of cat scientists were awarded a grant to support their cutting-edge research into cat treat development.

You see, Rosie published a paper titled “Maximum Chonk: The History of High-Satisfaction Cat Treat Development,” in which she explained how ancient cat civilizations created high-yield cat treat recipes that have been lost to the sands of time.

Legend has it that one such recipe resulted in a single crunchy that could keep a cat completely satisfied for two weeks.

I know! Hard to believe, isn’t it?

So, this week Rosie embarked upon an expedition that took her around the globe, and not even a Pineapple Express could stop her!

First, she traveled to Egypt, but no luck. There was some evidence that the ancient Egyptian maus had created a special cat treat, but Rosie’s research was inconclusive.

After Egypt, Rosie’s team headed for the Arctic, but again, they left empty-pawed (except for some excellent seafood).

Sundays With Tabs the Cat, Makeup and Beauty Blog Mascot, Vol. 798

Following the Arctic, the team investigated the deepest chasm in Earth’s oceans.

The view was breathtaking! Unfortunately, there were no cat treats anywhere in sight.

After the ocean expedition, they ended their investigation in the Yucatan jungle.

Rosie thought she picked up a promising scent, and the team trudged through miles of wild jungle, but sadly, the expedition ran out of funding there without having made a discovery.

Rosie isn’t letting it get her down, though. She returned to Novato more determined than ever! Sooner or later, she’s sure they’ll find it.

In the meantime, she’s developed a new appreciation for seafood…

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,


P.S. Oh, yeah! — since this series is still called “Sundays With Tabs,” here’s a beautiful photo of our gorgeous founder. 🙂

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