Monday, April 11, 2005


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Blogger Matt said...

i am afraid that i have no choice but to file for joint custody of baby mackie, he is simply too handsome.

kat, in for matt

11:00 AM  
Blogger Damien said...

Ohhh their sooo cutsie pooo, I can just about hear my modem purring.

3:33 PM  
Blogger kathy said...

Awww! cute cats you got there!I'm a cat lover, but also a dog lover too! 4 cats and 2 dogs! I just thought I'd stop by and say thanks for commenting on my Blog! i enjoyed your input, your humor made me laugh! Thanks!

7:00 PM  
Blogger Sheryl said...

Achoo!! Excuse me--I'm allergic.

Damien's right. My modem's purring too.

12:34 AM  
Blogger Howard Davis said...

love the cats. got two myself.

7:05 AM  
Blogger The Bird Poop said...

Cool cats!

Good thing you live in Oregon, rather than Wisconsin.

For those that have not heard the government in Wis. is considering opening stray cats up to hunters.

Once again proving stupidity can be bipartisan.

Maybe they should outsource their stray cats to help Austrailia solve their Cane Toad issues (just kidding).

About passing a law to allow the hunting of Neo-Cons?

The Bird

8:45 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Thanks for visiting my site.

I used to work for a terrific US Senator born in Eugene OR. He is a legend to this day on the Senate floor. He is the late US Senator Paul Simon.

9:17 AM  
Blogger ? said...

just like little babies, they're so adorable when thier sleeping..hehe.

4:13 PM  
Blogger Sheryl said...

Oh, I always liked Paul Simon (even with his ridiculous ties.) :-)

Always reminded me a little of the political comedian Mark Russell, although clearly not so funny.

In terms of hunting stray cats, that's fine with me so long as they do not show up in Wendy's chili or Jack in a Boxes burgers. Better the hunters shoot them than have them starving to death.

I was at a job once, and I was venting to my co-workers about how people dumped animals in front of our property all the time and how I absolutely hated people who would do that sort of thing. And one of my co-workers, who I wasn't all that close to informed me that she had dumped some sick animals in the country. I was absolutely floored. She seemed to think it was ok because the animal was going to die anyway.

And then you have people who are worried that Terri Sciavo, who is completely unconscious and therefore can not feel anything, might have the feeding tubes removed or whatever. It's just amazing to me sometimes the way people think.

I mean, I think the animal rights activists go overboard sometimes, and I am certainly no vegetarian, but certainly suffering is part of the equation. Anyway, sorry for the soapboxing.

2:55 AM  

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