Feeling Lucky

Uh oh. It’s one of those days that mom is in a cooking mood. We spent several hours this morning catching up on our blogs and still are working on Sunday! Don’t know why she thinks she can take time to cook. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that she is hungry and if she doesn’t cook, she doesn’t eat. No fast food places around here!

She is making bread from the book Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day (she discovered that a few weeks ago and now always has dough in the fridge), soup that she saw on The Pioneer Woman (we watch that together all the time), and she’s also talking about baking cookies. Where in there did she mention something for us? Maybe we will at least get some of the special treats she makes us.

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National Feral Cat Day

As an ADVO-cat, I have strong feelings about spay/neuter. I feel it is the only solution to the pet overpopulation problem and the deaths of so many unwanted animals. Today is a special day and I wanted to tell you a little about it in case you haven’t heard of it.

National Feral Cat Day banner

National Feral Cat Day was created in 2001 by Alley Cat Allies, a national advocacy organization dedicated to the humane treatment and the protection of feral cats. They were the first organisation to introduce the Trap-Neuter-Return method to control feral cat colonies in America.

By establishing and promoting standards of care, the organization has promoted the humane treatment of cats into the national spotlight. Their approach is now embraced by major cities and … Continue reading

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