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Black Cat Appreciation Day

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Imrlgoddess

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So it's black cat appreciation day. He's been such a sweetie muffin lately, as he gets older he mellows out. The Little Hooman moved out for college recently and he was very curious about the boxes & empty room. So far he knows something changed but he's not searching for her yet. (She has to stay gone more than 2 nights for him to miss he) 

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BlackberryGirl

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He is gorgeous. I love black cats, we have 2 right now. Your guy looks just like our  Stormageddon. 

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    • Curious

      Posted

      10 hours ago, HerNameIsBuffy said:

      If you’re lucky they’ll be like mine and need to be so close to your face while lying down you’re in danger of suffocation by cat.

      and your dogs aren’t lazy...they are power mappers!

      Maybe not *that* close :P   So far still no allergic reaction to the kittens, but I keep waiting for the day.   I am hoping that I'm building a tolerance to them as they age and it won't be much of an issue, but I'm not exactly holding my breath either.

      Suffocation by cat reminds me of my mother when I was pregnant with my first. We had 1 cat for several years before I got pregnant.  Then suddenly my mom decides our cat is going to turn into a baby killer by "stealing the baby's breath."   An old wives tale that I had heard before.   I rolled my eyes and tried to ignore her.   She kept asking when I was getting rid of the cat.  I was like uh when she passes away?   She bugged me about it to the point that I actually adopted TWO more cats while I was pregnant when the opportunity arose (I wasn't passive aggressive with my mom at all!).    So she finally gave up directly telling me *my* cats were going to kill the baby for which I was greatly relieved because I didn't really want to become the crazy cat lady with a newborn (and my husband wasn't super thrilled that he had more litter boxes to clean since I couldn't clean them while pregnant).


      Then one day I was at my parent's house and she started telling me this story and at the end the baby will KILLED by the family cat!!!!   I was thinking "seriously!?!?!"    Every time she told me a story there was a nefarious baby stalking cat in it.

      Fortunately, my cats were not baby killers and she survived to adulthood unscathed by breath sucking cats.

      The dogs do have to save up their energy for when my husband is home and they have to follow him from room to room so they don't miss anything exciting!

      8 hours ago, NonSOTDRT Teacher said:

      Unfortunately I am very allergic to cats, and since I am a teacher, I would feel very guilty leaving a dog by itself all day in my tiny one-bedroom apartment.

      Enter Milo, who thinks he’s a dog anyways. 

       

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      a house bunny!   I love bunnies and would have a house bunny in a second if I could be bothered to bunny proof my house or an area of my house, but alas that will never happen.

      I love to watch videos of them on youtube.

    • Howl

      Posted (edited)

      7 hours ago, AmericanRose said:

      I looked at her Instagram and:

      "I’m opening up on the blog today about my lifelong battle with Perfectionism 🖤 Read about my story on the blog!"

      Is it possible to die from witnessing peak irony?  Because if so, this irony perfected closes the circle and I'm ready to pass on to another life.  

      Also, and I'm being a little BEC here, but did she botox her lips or just have a close encounter with bees stinging her repeatedly about the mouth area?

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    • Don'tlikekoolaid

      Posted

      They already have the rainbow! :banana-rainbow:

      A giant gay nightclub in one half and uber trendy clothing and accessories in another part, liquor store and pot retailer with a Planned Parenthood thrown in.  Please Rufus make it happen!

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    • Angelface

      Posted

      2 hours ago, Kailash said:

      @Screamapillar I love the name Cameron for a girl! My husband hated it. 😂

      I live in Scotland and Cameron is almost exclusively a boy’s name!

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    • HerNameIsBuffy

      Posted

      23 hours ago, Georgiana said:

      Hugs to everyone who has shared their stories.

      On a somewhat lighter note: 

        Hide contents

      On the day my grandfather was laid to rest in January, the St. Louis Blues were dead last in the NHL.
      From that day forward, they suddenly started on an incredible tear through the league, surprisingly making the playoffs.
      Two days ago, the St. Louis Blues won their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, ending a 52 year drought.  
      My grandfather was from St. Louis and a lifelong St. Louis sports fan.
      You're welcome, Blues fans.

       

      Something that I have always found comforting is the First Law of Thermodynamics, which states in part that the total energy of an isolated system remains constant.  Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, but rather it is only transformed or transferred from from one to another.  

      When we lose loved ones, their energy is not destroyed.  Rather, they have transferred it in pieces into others with every interaction, the largest pieces naturally going to those they loved, and we have transformed part of it into our memories of them.  My grandfather is not truly gone, only different.  He lives on now in millions of different pieces, spread out in a thin layer like snow or confetti over the lives of those he met, those he influenced and those he loved.  He is in the lessons I learned from him.  In the ways his love made me grow.  In the stories about him I tell.  And he is transferred in part yet again every time I use the things he taught me to help others.  I've told stories about him here, so in a very small way, he also lives on in all of you. And now, pieces of your loved ones are here with me. Very small pieces.  Perhaps too tiny to notice.  But still they are there, living on with me.  And this love or energy can even be passed down through generations, long past when names are forgotten.  The love we give others is in many ways the love that we have found or received, which often came to us from others, which came to them from others, etc. etc. stretching back perhaps forever.  

      The people we love are always with us.  We carry their energy inside us.  We give it to others, and we receive some of their loved ones' energy in return.  Death changes things, but it does not fully destroy a person.  It doesn't have that power.  It cannot claim the parts of ourselves that we choose to give to others. 

      And children/babies are a wonderful outlet to pour out the love of a million generations and allow those people to live on again.  My children will know my grandfather.  They'll never meet him, they may not be ever be aware of it, but they will know his love and they will know his humor.  They'll just know it in my voice, not his.  

      This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever read.

      It touched me in a way I’ve rarely been in my life.  I will save this to return to again and again when I need it.  Reading it was a gift.  

      Thabk you.

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