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Friday, February 18, 2011

2010 Annual Purr-fur-mance review

Hello! It is time for the annual purr-fur-mance revue of my beans. I regert to say that they have not been up to the minimum standards which I and the other cats expect of dem. I suspect that its because they have been busy with work and other things that normally occur in the lives of beans.

Review of: Blu cat man and Mombean
Date: 2-18-2011
By: Alexi and the other Krasota Castle cats

1.Quantity of output: Has your purr-son posted to your blog daily to give you maximum exposure world-wide and make you famous?

The answer to that is "no." They post occasionally when they take me to cat shows and when I do something cute. They seem more involved with the lives of the kittens. Additionallly, they love to post these photographs while allowing us older kitties to languish. While understandable, it should not interfere with blogging of our lives as well.

2.Quality of output: Are you, as snoopervisor, satisfied with your purrsons choice of photos and words: the creativity, imagination, truth, fun and general interest in your postings?
When they do post under my snoopervision, generally, it's fun, interesting, imaginative, and does a satisfactory job of making me and the others look our best. It's not difficult when there is so little to be done to achieve photographic and PR excellence.

3.Client pawticipation: Does your purrson provide you sufficient ways for your fans to contact you and you to contact them?
This is the crux of the problem. There is just insufficient time given over for proper PR. We have many fans and they clamor to see more of us.

4.Pawticipation (part II): Does your purrson allow you to take part in fun blog world special events, parties, contests, and more?
No! Occasionally, Occasionally we are permitted to participate in chats in the Chatzy room. Occasionally we may be permitted to participate in contests such as the Full Monty.

5.Client satisfaction: Are your friends purringly contented with what they see and read on your blog?
We are not sure. We think it is because they do not know we are out in the blogosphere and at cat shows and on the bed, fast asleep. We think there is a problem somewhere.

6.Overall rating, comments, and suggestions for improvement:

We have conducted multiple retreats (on the bed) and discussed this. ad nauseum. Our overall rating is one swipe and one paw.

As for improvement, we suggest that the beans have their salaries increased so we are increasing it by one can of stinky goodness. An additional incentive will be a catnip cigar for both of them. This will be a year of growth and improvement by our public relations staff.

Submitted for filing,

Alexi and the other Krasota Castle cats