Saving one animal will not change the world but it will change the world for that animal.
A quiet week at Chez Tigre.
I’d like to have a back porch like this.
I haven’t seen any traps yet so I don’t know what’s going on with that issue. I was gonna snap Sweet Pea up Friday morning but decided to wait until next Friday, just to get her a little more acclimated to me. This morning she must have eaten earlier cuz she just sat off to the side and groomed herself with a glance or two at the old dude.
Idiot friends, we’ve all got one
Some more Oskar the blind kitteh.
No kitteh news this week, just pictures.
OMG, this is a beautiful cat.
So there, too.
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Ah, for a small country with a small population! Though there are highly efficient mechanical contrivances, the people have no use for them. Let them mind death and refrain from migrating to distant places. Boats and carriages, weapons and armour there may still be, but there are no occasions for using or displaying them. Let the people revert to communication by knotting cords. See to it that they are cont4nted with their food, pleased with their clothing, satisfied with their houses, and inured to their simple ways of living. Though there may be another country in the neighborhood so close that they are within sight of each other and the crowing of cocks and barking of dogs in one place can be heard in the other, yet there is no traffic between them, and throughout their lives the two peoples have nothing to do with each other.
Tao Te Ching, 80, Lao Tzu