Here’s another case of TSA confiscating a liquid (Is pudding a liquid?) while letting a knife go by. The good news is that no water was found in the bag.
Flaming Atheist has sent in another cat who is up for adoption at a no-kill shelter in Oregon (The Cat Adoption Team).
Here’s an entry for Friday. Jeeves is about 3 years old and he’s a pretty big guy at 13lbs, all muscle though.
And for more info on the Cat Adoption Team, you can go to their website here.
The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is the Pacific Northwestâ€™s largest non-profit, no-kill cat shelter with its own full service on-site veterinary hospital. CAT rescues, rehabilitates and places the communityâ€™s abandoned, neglected and injured cats and kittens into loving, lifetime homes. CAT not only partners with the community but with local county shelters, rescue groups and veterinary offices to take in cats that might otherwise be euthanized due to medical problems or space constraints. CAT saves close to 3,000 lives per year and relies heavily on the support of the public and generous volunteers. Thank you for visiting our site and helping us save lives!
Flaming Atheist informs me that Jeeves has been adopted. He didn’t say if the person who adopted Jeeves read about it on Cynical-C but we’ll just assume that they did. We’re now 2 for 3 in getting cats adopted!
Today’s Guest Cat Blogging is from 7throwdown:
The picture is of my friends kitten Frosty. He is really sweet and I took this picture while on a vacation with them. Frosty liked to attack my toes every morning to wake me up.
Do I have to?
Crap. I don’t feel like blogging on a day where Mother Theresa comes out of the closet as practically an agnostic and on the day that Ted Haggard reappears on the scene as a beggar.
In his most recent communiquÃ© with the Colorado Springs TV reporter, Haggard indicates that he and his wife Gayle, along with their two underage younger sons, are planning to move into a one-bedroom apartment in a Phoenix halfway house to minister to the residents. They are both, he wrote, enrolled at the University of Phoenix.
In what is clearly a fundraising letter, Haggard indicated, “we need to raise our own support.” However, he doesn’t mention that when he left the church, New Life Church leaders agreed to pay his salary through 2007 – estimated at about $138,000 annually.
In addition, as Colorado Confidential reported earlier this month, El Paso County Assessor property records show that the Haggard’s still own their 5-bedroom, 3-bath home in Colorado Springs. Sitting on 5.1 acres, its current market value is listed at $715,051.
This link has the entire letter but this is my favorite part:
In preparation for the future, Gayle and I are both enrolled at the University of Phoenix at their main downtown campus. Gayle is in the undergraduate program studying psychology. I am pursuing my master of science in counseling degree, which means we are both full time students. Alex and Elliott are both attending a local Christian school. Elliott is playing 8th grade football this fall. Everyone is busy!
It looks as though it will take two years for us to have adequate earning power again, so we are looking for people who will help us monthly for two years. During that time we will continue as full time students, and then, when I graduate, we won’t need outside support any longer.
But for the next two years, we will need support. Between now and the end of the year, we have to find the people who want to help us transition into our future. So I am starting today to let friends like you know that we are raising money for support as we move into the Phoenix Dream Center.