If you don’t love cats, you can stop reading now.
If you don’t find yourself needing a wall calendar to know when the Jewish holidays are, or what the weekly Torah portion is — we get it, you’re fully digital.
And if you don’t love studying Talmud, Torah, or other Jewish texts — well, you don’t know what you’re missing.
But if you’re still with us, have we got a calendar for you.
Yes, we’re talking the Torah Cats Jewish Calendar 5779 (2018-2019), featuring gorgeous felines in studious repose next to or on top of the treasured classic texts of the Jewish people — along with the secular and Hebrew dates, Jewish and American holidays, and the weekly Torah portions.
Publication depends on a successful Kickstarter campaign, but the good news is that the calendar needs dozens, not hundreds, of supporters to step up with pledges to make publication possible.
The publisher — Ben Yehuda Press — still is soliciting pinup-quality photos of Torah-studying cats; you can submit yours to email@example.com.