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Rick: My husband and I, always having considered ourselves dog people, lost our two beloved golden retrievers last Spring. One died of extreme old age, the other unexpectedly from bone cancer. To fill the vast void left after their departure, we adopted a baby Corgi (multi-colored black/white & brown). The first day home, Maggie, as we named her, drew the attention of a small tuxedo cat that began to come around the house every day to play with Maggie. To watch two natural adversaries play was an unusual and amusing sight to behold. This became a repeat performance, and then the cat began to warm to me and my husband. She purred and rubbed our legs and seemed to be trying to communicate with us. After attempting to find her owner and making sure she was up to par with all health requirements, we adopted her and named her Emily. Emily has masterfully intergrated herself into our family. She now stays in the house at night and prowls during the day. She is a warm, affectionate creature with a mind of her own and seems to enjoy practicing her superior intellectual skills on the unsuspecting Maggie.

We never imagined after the loss of our goldens, that we would be so enriched by Emily. I am so glad she found us and decided to stay.

Comment Posted By Pammy On 17.12.2006 @ 11:40


Rick, I fear you you may be correct about 2008. It is basic human nature to take the path of least resistance and avoid unpleasantness if given a choice. So, as more time passes and 9/11 recedes further into people's minds, the nation could become increasingly susceptible to the siren call of the left.

Comment Posted By Pammy On 21.04.2006 @ 12:59


Does anyone remember the movie 1973 sci-fi movie "Soylent Green" with Charlton Heston? The plot seemed far-fetched at the time, but may have been more prescient than anyone ever imagined. The drift toward acceptance of euthanasia as a “dignified” death that was on display with Terri Shivo, could conveniently accelerate in the next few years as a burgeoning aging population strains the limited resources of the country. Being 53, I find the thought chilling.

Comment Posted By Pammy On 26.02.2006 @ 10:53



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