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Jenifer (Zarknorph) said...Why do we even bother?
I used to be a strong supporter of recycling, back when I would buy and drink a case of Coors beer in cans, and I would take the case of empty aluminum (sorry, aluminium) cans back to the liquor store when I bought the next case. Then I went on a tour of Coors factory in Golden, 20 miles south of Boulder, and I was disappointed to learn that the factory didn't use recycled aluminum to manufacture new cans for beer, because the recycled metal was not pure enough. Therefore, the only thing the company did with recycled aluminum was to use for ash trays that they sold in the gift shop.
No way . . .
Stella - how could anything so cute pollute?
I'll start a Save Stella campaign.
As a barn cat adoptee, she has always depended on the kindness of strangers . . .
Nellie is still questioning the wisdom of bringing Stella into our home . . .
Why on Earth did a sad, then uplifting story turn into a tirade against the left?
Such is the state of the Left/Right divide in America after eight years of Obama enforced identity politics. Not to worry, I believe we will Make America Great Again *chuckle*.
Until then, Stella will entertain and amuse us . . .
Cat in the pot.
Is she a Siamese?
She is a barn cat of unknown parentage. Some have likened her to a Ragdoll? But she reminds me of our first cat, Petruchio, who was a Balinese - same inquisitive, piss and vinegar personality. We 'rescued' her thanks to a vet tech who told us of the litter at her parents' farm. We had just had to put down our 17 year old Calico, Bob, so we agreed to consider it, but when she brought her in for us to meet, we were all in . . .