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    Question of the day Wednesday October 28

    Because they are exclusively indoors, ours don't seem to take notice of weather changes. A full moon, however, is another matter again; they go slightly bonkers then.
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    Question of the Day - Monday, October 26, 2020

    We stopped doing Halloween a couple years ago, but when we did do it, the most popular item we gave out were the mini bags of Smartfood popcorn. Second was the mini bags of Goldfish. We didn't give out candy.
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    My Feral And Rescued Cats

    I got nailed by yellow jackets when I ran over their nest while mowing the lawn at my in-law's while they were on vacation. Yeah, it hurts like the very devil.
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    The Positive Thread 2020

    My positive is that one of our nieces was over, and her, Michele, and Michele's sister went for a 'girl's day'. When they got back, I asked her about her father, who has been undergoing treatment for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, from Agent Orange. She said that while some of his blood values are...
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    Gardening 2020

    Of course it does! The only difference among us is a matter of scale. Some have expansive gardens, while with others, it's not so much- and I happen to fall into the not-so-much category. We just do what we can with what we have to work with. If you have them, please send pictures.
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    Question of The Day. Saturday 24th of October.

    When the mask edict came down from our governor, and the run started, I already had some N95 masks on hand, as well as a box of regular dust masks. Since I only wear one when required, they have lasted so far, but when they are gone, we have a bunch of the blue disposables as well.
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    My Feral And Rescued Cats

    Although we had two chicken houses, with nest boxes for each chicken, there were no cages. They were what today are called 'free range' so they had every opportunity to get you; sometimes ganging up to attack.
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    Post Your Cats Sun Bathing

    The sun came out for the first time in several days, today, and Miss Eleanor was catching some rays.
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    Question of the Day, Friday, October 23

    As a kid, living on a farm, we had a large kitchen with a big round oak pedestal table that accommodated all 9 of us, so that's where we ate as we didn't have a dining room. Now, although our house does have one, we seldom use it, opting instead for the living room or kitchen.
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    My Feral And Rescued Cats

    When I was a kid, we had several dozen White Leghorn chickens, and it fell to me to gather the eggs each day so they could go to market. My hands and arms would be covered with marks where I got nailed by their beaks as I made my rounds of the nests. I grew to hate chickens, and looked forward...
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    October Picture of the Month Competition: Cats and glass (windows, mirrors etc)

    Thank you. I think that all of ours are beautiful, each in their own way.
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    My Feral And Rescued Cats

    I knew that it was a while ago, but when I looked it up, it was an Associated Press story from 1986
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    My Feral And Rescued Cats

    Some time back, I read an article that told about using geese as 'sentries' at NATO facilities instead of dogs. They would patrol the area between the inner and outer perimeter fences, and were more reliable because they couldn't be given drugged food to incapacitate them, and they made a...
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    Question of the day Wednesday October 21

    Burdock loves belly rubs Prancer likes pets, but only on her back Digger likes chin rubs, also behind her ears, but only when I use my knuckles Stretch likes limited belly rubs, but loves to rub the sides of his head against the back of my hand Bashful loves it when I use both hands to ruffle...
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    My Feral And Rescued Cats

    Yep, that's just what they do, only it's not one at a time.
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    Question of the Day - Tuesday, October 20

    You can do that on Goat Island, which separates the American and Horseshoe (Canadian) Falls; specifically at Terrapin Point.
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    My Feral And Rescued Cats

    I live within walking distance of the Erie Canal, and before my knees went south on me I used to jog on the towpath. Every year, from spring until fall, the geese congregate on the banks numbering in the hundreds and hiss at or chase anyone who approaches them. Not to mention, dodging all of...
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    Question of the Day - Tuesday, October 20

    They have both at the Falls. The cavern is called the Cave of the Winds, on the American side. The boat, on both sides, is the Maid of the Mist, and goes almost directly under the falling water; close enough that rain gear is a must.
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    Question of the Day - Tuesday, October 20

    I live within 30 miles of the Falls, so I have been there a number of times as well.
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    Question of the Day - Tuesday, October 20

    Niagara Falls- either the Canadian or American side. No one really knows how many people have leaped to their death there. If you stand at the brink, watching the water go over seemingly so smoothly, it has an almost hypnotic effect on some, drawing them on to doom.
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