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2013-02-15 04:51:17 PM
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2013-02-15 04:52:11 PM
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2013-02-15 04:58:22 PM
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2013-02-15 05:19:14 PM
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2013-02-15 05:23:06 PM
5 years ago tomorrow I met my sweet Ellie.  She rescued me.  I'm sure there are folks who think I rescued her but it really she who rescued me.

I found her on the street in my neighborhood.  She was a recent kitty mom but there were no babies near her.  She was starving and very sick.  And feral

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My vet did her thing (tests) and asked me what I was going to do with the kitty.  I said 'Keep her of course'  I swear my vet smiled.

I named her Ellie after my mom...Ellie was very angry when I picked her up off the street...she called me names.  MOM!!! (my Mom had Alzheimer's and called me a Son of a biatch, Dirty Bastard and a Whore.)  I still laugh at that.  I'm a biatch yes but I am a daughter, not a bastard and I'm sure someone thinks I am a ho (I am not of course).

Ellie and I have a huge connection now of course.  She is on the couch behind me right now.

i112.photobucket.com

For a former feral, she is a love.  It took 2 months before i could hold her.  And from there we connected.  It took 6 months till she decided she needed to sleep on my bed and I wasn't going to kill her.  Now she sleeps with me every night and snuggles next to me.

Happy Gotcha Day Ellie....(and if anyone wants to see her blog it is at  http://ellientheheathens.blogspot.com/ )
 
2013-02-15 06:04:11 PM
mighty my right foot, the one with the heavily fungus infected great toenail!!! Was merely lucky enough to keep trying until able at last to speak to a Genuine Hoo-Mon & get the e-drs, which I'll be most pleased to hand along once I fix din-din for all of us.

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attempt to prevent any perse- or prose-cution. credit lilyspad end of 2012
 
2013-02-15 06:33:56 PM

CrankyAndi: 5 years ago tomorrow I met my sweet Ellie.  She rescued me.  I'm sure there are folks who think I rescued her but it really she who rescued me.

I found her on the street in my neighborhood.  She was a recent kitty mom but there were no babies near her.  She was starving and very sick.  And feral

[i112.photobucket.com image 850x637]

My vet did her thing (tests) and asked me what I was going to do with the kitty.  I said 'Keep her of course'  I swear my vet smiled.

I named her Ellie after my mom...Ellie was very angry when I picked her up off the street...she called me names.  MOM!!! (my Mom had Alzheimer's and called me a Son of a biatch, Dirty Bastard and a Whore.)  I still laugh at that.  I'm a biatch yes but I am a daughter, not a bastard and I'm sure someone thinks I am a ho (I am not of course).

Ellie and I have a huge connection now of course.  She is on the couch behind me right now.

[i112.photobucket.com image 850x637]

For a former feral, she is a love.  It took 2 months before i could hold her.  And from there we connected.  It took 6 months till she decided she needed to sleep on my bed and I wasn't going to kill her.  Now she sleeps with me every night and snuggles next to me.

Happy Gotcha Day Ellie....(and if anyone wants to see her blog it is at  http://ellientheheathens.blogspot.com/ )




Happi Gotch Day Ellie! I am so glad that you decided to enrich CrankiAndy's life. She would not be the same without you. Her calves would be so cold in winter, there would not be that insistant soul at dinner time. You have filled a space that needed to be made whole. Thank you kitteh. You are awesome!
 
2013-02-15 06:37:54 PM

tigerose: CrankyAndi: 5 years ago tomorrow I met my sweet Ellie.  She rescued me.  I'm sure there are folks who think I rescued her but it really she who rescued me.

I found her on the street in my neighborhood.  She was a recent kitty mom but there were no babies near her.  She was starving and very sick.  And feral

[i112.photobucket.com image 850x637]

My vet did her thing (tests) and asked me what I was going to do with the kitty.  I said 'Keep her of course'  I swear my vet smiled.

I named her Ellie after my mom...Ellie was very angry when I picked her up off the street...she called me names.  MOM!!! (my Mom had Alzheimer's and called me a Son of a biatch, Dirty Bastard and a Whore.)  I still laugh at that.  I'm a biatch yes but I am a daughter, not a bastard and I'm sure someone thinks I am a ho (I am not of course).

Ellie and I have a huge connection now of course.  She is on the couch behind me right now.

[i112.photobucket.com image 850x637]

For a former feral, she is a love.  It took 2 months before i could hold her.  And from there we connected.  It took 6 months till she decided she needed to sleep on my bed and I wasn't going to kill her.  Now she sleeps with me every night and snuggles next to me.

Happy Gotcha Day Ellie....(and if anyone wants to see her blog it is at  http://ellientheheathens.blogspot.com/ )

Happi Gotch Day Ellie! I am so glad that you decided to enrich CrankiAndy's life. She would not be the same without you. Her calves would be so cold in winter, there would not be that insistant soul at dinner time. You have filled a space that needed to be made whole. Thank you kitteh. You are awesome!


she has enriched my life.  She is my heart cat.  We all have one.  She is mine.  She has my heart and I know I have hers.  I love my little Ellie Belly.
 
2013-02-15 06:55:50 PM

gremlin1: Hearing about abandoned animals reminded me of a dog named Sandy. Sandy was a golden retriever mix that lived across the street from me when I was younger. She seemed to live a happy life with a family that cared for her, never beaten or starved with plenty of affection. The child in the family graduated and moved out of town. The parents divorced and put the house up for sale. We found Sandy about week after the parents moved out. She was sitting at her front door wanting to be let in. Thinking she had gotten loose from wherever she was staying and come home, we took her in and tracked down the parents. Neither one had wanted her after the divorce so they just moved out and left her there. We got the son's phone number and gave him a call and wanted to know if he wanted Sandy. He was very upset at what his parents had done to his poor dog.They hadn't even told him they didn't want the dog. So we held onto Sandy for a couple of weeks until he could come back to town and take her to his new home.They were very happy to be reunited. Sandy was at least 10 at the time and to think that anyone could just walk off and leave her like that was unimaginable.


Oh, I bet that was a reaaaallll interesting call

Son: So Mom/Dad, how's Sandy doing?
Mom/Dad: Oh, she's great. Got a nice big yard to run in. Very happy.
Son: (Looks down at Sandy) Did you hear that Sandy, Mom/Dad says you're running in a nice big yard
Mom/Dad: Oh Fudge.......
 
2013-02-15 06:56:31 PM
CrankiAndi yes, they do creep into our hearts don't they? I have been very blessed. I have had three kittehs who were heart worms..Porky the black feral cat, who would let me do everything with him. Including laying on his back and stretching the length of my legs. While purring like a maniac. He let me brush his teeth after his jaw surgery. ( he had been hit by a car and lost an eye, broke his jaw..might have been a fan belt too..he returned after 3 days, with the eye out of its socket)...Aiko kitteh..crazy Siamese. I was her Momma. No one else could handle her. Eli of course. He spreads his love to all the family. He is a terror, but he is our terror!
 
2013-02-15 06:56:31 PM
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2013-02-15 07:16:42 PM

Since Photobucket has a new format that has rendered it useless it looks like I'm going to have to resort to a "\Best Of" series, at least until Photobucket will let me upload fresh pics. Does anyone know of another site where I can migrate about 8000 pictures to?

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2013-02-15 07:26:01 PM
Well, put me foot in me mouf & sent to Himself. Think I need to do one more if it can work, the Link to get in here. 'ere goes --
After I tell lajimi I have no clue if imgur has that much space he might have.  in2it might know --
No foto this time to 'Urry It Up!
 
2013-02-15 07:26:29 PM
 
2013-02-15 07:27:25 PM
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2013-02-15 07:35:53 PM

lajimi: Since Photobucket has a new format that has rendered it useless it looks like I'm going to have to resort to a "\Best Of" series, at least until Photobucket will let me upload fresh pics. Does anyone know of another site where I can migrate about 8000 pictures to?

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I use Firefox for a browser and they have an add-on for Photobucket that lets me add more pics.
Maybe whatever browser you use has a similar add-on,
 
2013-02-15 07:37:02 PM

syzygy whizz: lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 437x640]
*pic stunningly colored bird on fluffy white textured branch*

WOW!  What kind of bird is that?


I don't remember what it was called (should have put that under the pic), but I think it's from S. America.
 
2013-02-15 07:39:22 PM
Good evening everyone! I feel like Wolf looks. It's been an unbelievable week...
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Off to get caught up....
 
2013-02-15 07:42:42 PM
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2013-02-15 07:44:02 PM

mousiebelle: I'm about ready to look into shaving Cassie... She's not horking hairballs (or getting them stuck, as far as we know...), but the matting is HORRIBLE!!


Wolf is the same way. We have him at trimmed least twice a year, otherwise he just turns into one big matted mess.
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2013-02-15 07:44:10 PM

akimbotoo: lilyspad: [i.imgur.com image 500x332]

Do you want to know what I love about you, besides Lily?  You have collected some of the same pictures I have in my massive Caturday file!  Hugs to you and Lily!


Great minds, and all that!  HUGS to you too!! :D
 
2013-02-15 07:48:21 PM

CrankyAndi: 5 years ago tomorrow I met my sweet Ellie.  She rescued me.  I'm sure there are folks who think I rescued her but it really she who rescued me.

I found her on the street in my neighborhood.  She was a recent kitty mom but there were no babies near her.  She was starving and very sick.  And feral

[i112.photobucket.com image 850x637]

My vet did her thing (tests) and asked me what I was going to do with the kitty.  I said 'Keep her of course'  I swear my vet smiled.

I named her Ellie after my mom...Ellie was very angry when I picked her up off the street...she called me names.  MOM!!! (my Mom had Alzheimer's and called me a Son of a biatch, Dirty Bastard and a Whore.)  I still laugh at that.  I'm a biatch yes but I am a daughter, not a bastard and I'm sure someone thinks I am a ho (I am not of course).

Ellie and I have a huge connection now of course.  She is on the couch behind me right now.

[i112.photobucket.com image 850x637]

For a former feral, she is a love.  It took 2 months before i could hold her.  And from there we connected.  It took 6 months till she decided she needed to sleep on my bed and I wasn't going to kill her.  Now she sleeps with me every night and snuggles next to me.

Happy Gotcha Day Ellie....(and if anyone wants to see her blog it is at  http://ellientheheathens.blogspot.com/ )


Good story!  sounds a bit like my Lily, but she wasn't sick...just feral.  And Ellie is SO pretty!! :D
 
2013-02-15 07:49:55 PM

SweetBecca: I can really relate to this one!  [owthatsmyboobpic]


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/ yeah, get back to me when a 20lb cat comes flying into the room and lands on your harbles  o_O

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2013-02-15 07:53:25 PM

John Buck 41: My daughter's (30th!) birthday today.


In last evening's post I meant to also wish your daughter a....

                           HAPPY 30th BIRTHDAY!
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2013-02-15 07:59:22 PM

sherpa18: SweetBecca: I can really relate to this one!  [owthatsmyboobpic]

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/ yeah, get back to me when a 20lb cat comes flying into the room and lands on your harbles  o_O

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I know its not funny, and my husband can attest to that, but I still laughed out loud hard when I read that.

Now a cat....

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Happy weekend everyone!!! My husband took me to the movies for my birthday. We saw Identity Thief. Excellent!! laughed almost all the way through it.
 
2013-02-15 08:00:49 PM

gremlin1: Hearing about abandoned animals reminded me of a dog named Sandy. *snip*


What I would like to think that Sandy would do if she ever met her former owners - and I use the word lightly - when are people going to understand that pets are a lifetime commitment and NOT disposable *sigh*

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2013-02-15 08:04:49 PM
"you don't live here" part 7

   (continued from last caturday)


The week before the Vet visit to fix the silent feral mother and her kittehs three, things happened that forced my hand.

The two mewbies were now exploring but the grey one would not eat much - she was failing to thrive and didn't seem to care. So, I found myself standing in the baby food aisle, holding a jar of organic chicken paste.

Obviously, something was going horribly awry here - these cats? Are not ours - no,no,no. My husband hoisted a brow "Something I need to know?" Caught, I was caught! "It's a new diet?" (that won't work) "It's for a recipe" (yeah, no). "Science project?" (no dice).

"Okay, its for the grey one, happy?" .........."I see - how goes the search for a home?".........."Look! Over there! A sale at the deli!"

And now began the coaxing and hand feeding. Her brother thinks this is the best thing ever (this will change when he finds cat nip) she? "whatever" She is a tiny, lazy eater with questionable genes. It took the 5 minutes of putting the chicken paste and spoon away for one of the hawks nesting near by to over-fly the porch.

"She's not a mouse, damnit" annnnnnd, now, I am basically - yes, yes, yelling at clouds.
 
2013-02-15 08:05:14 PM
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2013-02-15 08:06:02 PM
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2013-02-15 08:06:39 PM
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2013-02-15 08:08:33 PM
"you don't live here" part 8

Having her grey mewbiethreatened by, and rescued from, a hawk mom-cat became more approachable. Then again, maybe it was the baby food she found on the faces of the pair. In any event, still silent, she had made two tentative forays into the house following her first born Fuzzle - and promptly leaving immediately.
Excellent timing - they were all scheduled for fixing and "shotting" in 24 hours and her inside was half the battle.

Then, about dusk, it began to rain. Late afternoon summer rain that spends all day forming and then dumps a couple inches in the space of an hour - a downpour. The mewbies in the concrete planter had been shielded by the immense plant there - immense because it always was well watered by the roof run off. Their mother was nowhere in sight.

I cursed - fretted - cursed. Found myself standing over the planter, in the dark, with an open umbrella because, damnit, I don't want these kittens. "Bring them in, you know you want to." Ah, the voice of satan coming from my husband's mouth.

"If I bring them in, mom-cat will eat them"- "Mom? That's hamsters"

"If I bring them in, she'll reject them." - "Mom? She's not a bird"

"If I bring them in, she'll move them." "Maybe, but if you don't move them they are going to drown while you get electrocuted"

So we scooped them up - wet, shivery, one of them looking more like a mouse than ever - and brought them inside into one of the toweled-bed carriers where their older brother already napped.

From across the yard came a dark streak, moving at cheetah speed, and stopping under the porch bench. I called her, with no hope - "here, kitty" doesn't work with ferals - and she had to cross a 10 foot span of flooded pavement in a downpour.

     Door open to the rain I let the mewbies cry - and, she came in. She spent the night hard against the now closed door, nervous and wide-eyed. I was too - the Vet visit was tomorrow.


to be continued....


/(hope this is THE caturday thread - posting early thanks to a sponsor - whooo hooo)

//take care you all !

//three because so
 
2013-02-15 08:13:51 PM

sherpa18: / poor biscuit - while i understand the necessity, may i be so bold as to inquire why he could not get a respectable "lion cut"?


I could never do that to him.
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I wanted to strangle the groomer that did this to Wolf. We had it done at one of the large pet store franchises. When we picked him up I was floored, but here was no sense in arguing after the damage was done. We just payed the groomer and I recommended that she listen to her customers more closely in the future. She gave us some BS that her trimmer "only had one setting." The truth was that this was the only cut she knew how to do.
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I prefer just a general even thinning. Our current groomer does that nicely.
 
2013-02-15 08:14:45 PM
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2013-02-15 08:22:38 PM
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2013-02-15 08:22:59 PM

gremlin1: Hearing about abandoned animals reminded me of a dog named Sandy. Sandy was a golden retriever mix that lived across the street from me when I was younger. She seemed to live a happy life with a family that cared for her, never beaten or starved with plenty of affection. The child in the family graduated and moved out of town. The parents divorced and put the house up for sale. We found Sandy about week after the parents moved out. She was sitting at her front door wanting to be let in. Thinking she had gotten loose from wherever she was staying and come home, we took her in and tracked down the parents. Neither one had wanted her after the divorce so they just moved out and left her there. We got the son's phone number and gave him a call and wanted to know if he wanted Sandy. He was very upset at what his parents had done to his poor dog.They hadn't even told him they didn't want the dog. So we held onto Sandy for a couple of weeks until he could come back to town and take her to his new home.They were very happy to be reunited. Sandy was at least 10 at the time and to think that anyone could just walk off and leave her like that was unimaginable.


That's grounds for disowning your parents. Unbelievable!
 
2013-02-15 08:26:56 PM

maynerdkitty: I have talked to most of the neighbors and the area seems pretty cat friendly.


That's great! My heart still sinks for you when I think of Mikey and Jerry.
I hope you find more peace in your current location. Sounds like a fun fixer upper! I could get into something like that.


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2013-02-15 08:29:10 PM

in2it: [i.imgur.com image 850x555]


I love it when Caturdayers post pix of wild cats.

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2013-02-15 08:29:24 PM
laulaja, I have been using Good Search since you first mentioned it. It's a good way of helping Little Mews a little.
 
2013-02-15 08:30:16 PM

SweetBecca: I can really relate to this one!

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2013-02-15 08:31:46 PM

captain feedback: i may be in the market for some new kitteh toyz...is it spinnyr that creates the ded spermz?

tigerose: It is Spinnyr that sells the ded spermz. Until then, a suggestion...I make what I call "potatoes". Oh yes, this toy has the DragonTM Seal of approval!


The white boy loves his dead spermz - but absolutely goes batshiat insane over tiger's "spuds" - we got a new shipment earlier this week (I gotta upload the pics, stay tuned for proof), and meanwhile, thank you so much to tigerose from both of us!!!

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2013-02-15 08:36:49 PM
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2013-02-15 08:39:03 PM

sherpa18: captain feedback: i may be in the market for some new kitteh toyz...is it spinnyr that creates the ded spermz?
tigerose: It is Spinnyr that sells the ded spermz. Until then, a suggestion...I make what I call "potatoes". Oh yes, this toy has the DragonTM Seal of approval!

The white boy loves his dead spermz - but absolutely goes batshiat insane over tiger's "spuds" - we got a new shipment earlier this week (I gotta upload the pics, stay tuned for proof), and meanwhile, thank you so much to tigerose from both of us!!!

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You are so welcome! Twern't nothin! Honestly I have not worn hose in so long it is silly! I am cutting out toes so that I have back up supplies! :).. Seroiusly, I am so glad to add some fun to Dragon's day. Wish I could send you some virtual rum...
 
2013-02-15 08:40:27 PM
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2013-02-15 08:40:44 PM

gremlin1: Hearing about abandoned animals reminded me of a dog named Sandy. Sandy was a golden retriever mix that lived across the street from me when I was younger. She seemed to live a happy life with a family that cared for her, never beaten or starved with plenty of affection. The child in the family graduated and moved out of town. The parents divorced and put the house up for sale. We found Sandy about week after the parents moved out. She was sitting at her front door wanting to be let in. Thinking she had gotten loose from wherever she was staying and come home, we took her in and tracked down the parents. Neither one had wanted her after the divorce so they just moved out and left her there. We got the son's phone number and gave him a call and wanted to know if he wanted Sandy. He was very upset at what his parents had done to his poor dog.They hadn't even told him they didn't want the dog. So we held onto Sandy for a couple of weeks until he could come back to town and take her to his new home.They were very happy to be reunited. Sandy was at least 10 at the time and to think that anyone could just walk off and leave her like that was unimaginable.


At least this story had a happy ending. :o)
They say that 1 out of 10 people is a functional sociopath. I believe these are the people that treat furry family members as disposable belongings.
 
2013-02-15 08:44:28 PM

parasol: "you don't live here" part 8

Having her grey mewbiethreatened by, and rescued from, a hawk mom-cat became more approachable. Then again, maybe it was the baby food she found on the faces of the pair. In any event, still silent, she had made two tentative forays into the house following her first born Fuzzle - and promptly leaving immediately.
Excellent timing - they were all scheduled for fixing and "shotting" in 24 hours and her inside was half the battle.

Then, about dusk, it began to rain. Late afternoon summer rain that spends all day forming and then dumps a couple inches in the space of an hour - a downpour. The mewbies in the concrete planter had been shielded by the immense plant there - immense because it always was well watered by the roof run off. Their mother was nowhere in sight.

I cursed - fretted - cursed. Found myself standing over the planter, in the dark, with an open umbrella because, damnit, I don't want these kittens. "Bring them in, you know you want to." Ah, the voice of satan coming from my husband's mouth.

"If I bring them in, mom-cat will eat them"- "Mom? That's hamsters"

"If I bring them in, she'll reject them." - "Mom? She's not a bird"

"If I bring them in, she'll move them." "Maybe, but if you don't move them they are going to drown while you get electrocuted"

So we scooped them up - wet, shivery, one of them looking more like a mouse than ever - and brought them inside into one of the toweled-bed carriers where their older brother already napped.

From across the yard came a dark streak, moving at cheetah speed, and stopping under the porch bench. I called her, with no hope - "here, kitty" doesn't work with ferals - and she had to cross a 10 foot span of flooded pavement in a downpour.

     Door open to the rain I let the mewbies cry - and, she came in. She spent the night hard against the now closed door, nervous and wide-eyed. I was too - the Vet visit was tomorrow.


to be continued....


/(hope this is THE caturday thread - ...


It is and I am enthralled!    I love this...and I really hope there will be photos!
 
2013-02-15 08:47:01 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Lil Lil BUB - BUB as a kitten


I love that stage of kittenhood. If there were only a way to get payed to do that....
 
2013-02-15 08:53:35 PM

Bathia_Mapes: tigerose: The mighty laulaja has tracked down the hero of this weekend's Caturday. I waz going to post his edir..but decided that if you are interested in sending him a thank you, that you can email me or laulaja and we'll give you the goods!
That's a better way to handle it. Don't want you to get in trouble for posting contact info in a thread, even if you're doing it for a good cause.


And I wanna take a second to once again say
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to our resident admin who always has our back here on Caturday. I think I can speak for all the regulars when I once again reiterate that we greatly appreciate your efforts on our behalf.

However I still want to know what I have to do to convince Drew to enable voting for admin of the year.
 
2013-02-15 08:55:33 PM

tigerose: [i50.tinypic.com image 640x480]
This is how Eli's belly looks every Spring...It looks shaved!


That's odd??? It looks pretty even.
Did you have a vet look at it?

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2013-02-15 08:58:57 PM

yobbery: gremlin1: Hearing about abandoned animals reminded me of a dog named Sandy. Sandy was a golden retriever mix that lived across the street from me when I was younger. She seemed to live a happy life with a family that cared for her, never beaten or starved with plenty of affection. The child in the family graduated and moved out of town. The parents divorced and put the house up for sale. We found Sandy about week after the parents moved out. She was sitting at her front door wanting to be let in. Thinking she had gotten loose from wherever she was staying and come home, we took her in and tracked down the parents. Neither one had wanted her after the divorce so they just moved out and left her there. We got the son's phone number and gave him a call and wanted to know if he wanted Sandy. He was very upset at what his parents had done to his poor dog.They hadn't even told him they didn't want the dog. So we held onto Sandy for a couple of weeks until he could come back to town and take her to his new home.They were very happy to be reunited. Sandy was at least 10 at the time and to think that anyone could just walk off and leave her like that was unimaginable.

At least this story had a happy ending. :o)
They say that 1 out of 10 people is a functional sociopath. I believe these are the people that treat furry family members as disposable belongings.


The functioning sociopath lived next door to these people. He locked his father in the basement and cashed his ss checks and pension checks during the winter months until all the neighbors convinced the cops that something funny was going on. Just your typical suburban neighborhood
 
2013-02-15 09:03:44 PM

yobbery: John Buck 41: My daughter's (30th!) birthday today.

In last evening's post I meant to also wish your daughter a....

                           HAPPY 30th BIRTHDAY!
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I'll tell her. Having lunch tomorrow at Longhorns. Thanks!
 
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