Kozy Kitten Cat Food (if you are unfamiliar a YouTube Video is available here) has affected some of our lives more significantly than others. In 1977, a Southern District of Florida court was faced with the religious discrimination claims of Mr. Stanley Oscar Brown. Mr. Brown claimed that he was discriminated against because of his religion. His Complaint alleged that his employer was interfering with is “‘personal religious creed’ that ‘Kozy Kitten People/Cat Food . . . is contributing significantly to (his) state of well being . . . (and therefore) to (his) overall work performance.’” While not spelled out in the Complaint, our guess is that Mr. Brown himself enjoyed the taste of Kozy Kitten Cat Food. The Court found “Plaintiff’s ‘personal religious creed’ concerning Kozy Kitten Cat Food can be described as . . . a mere personal preference and, therefore, is beyond the parameters of the concept of religion as protected by the constitution or, by logical extension, by 42 U.S.C. § 2000e et. seq.”