The Jewish cat calendar you need for 5779

The Jewish cat calendar you need for 5779

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

The calendar will sell for $15, and can be found at and

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