July 13th, 2005

Weird Al -- with me

Order of the Phoenix; Professor Umbridge

Some of you might have seen some vague remarks I have made about Fuzz. Well I figure I better post about her. Fuzz had a mild stroke half a week ago. She's fine now, but she has lost a ton of weight and her eyes are a bit duller then normal. She is a fighter so I am sure I still have time left with her (I'm hoping months instead of weeks). It breaks my heart knowing her time is getting shorter, but I am doing all I can for her. Making sure she has plenty of ice tea, chocolate chips (only Trader Joe's will do), almonds, and orange juice (she's a she)
Book update; I'm on book five, the chapter titled Professor Umbridge. I started it around 6 today and I'm already there (a good 220 pages worth). One of the things I take great pride in is my ability to read well :]
Going to Barnes and Nobel Friday night instead of Borders. They are cheaper (I preordered from both of them)
Some photos of Heidi before I go back to the book.
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Heidi and Louis (neighbor dog) ran around in the schoolyard tonight. Our neighbor takes care of the school during summer so he gets the keys. It's a nice big schoolyard so they were having fun. Heidi also got a bath today. Her toenails were clipped, ears were cleaned, flea bath, and she got a pretty American bow (red, white, and blue). I'll take photos of her before her bow gets grungy. She did really well at the groomers; played with the dogs, piddled only once.
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Weird Al -- with me

an email I just got in my rattery bin

I found your web page and thought that I would contact you. I have been gathering information on rat breeding and was wondering if you had any advice. Just a bit about my breeding standards: I would never cull, I will keep every rat I breed if does not find a home will never sell any baby to a pet shop and they are sold on contract. All breeding rat must be very health and have very good temperaments, color is just a second. I am breeding not for quantity but for quality. I may only be 11 years old but I am breeding for the love of rats and I know as much as I can about health care, hygiene, genetics, breeding. Socialized my rat babies is very imported to me. Please do not judge me on my age, as many other ratteries just look down on me.Me and my family are coming down to your area and i am looking for new breeding stock (starting) and was wondering if you would be willing to adopt us some rats?

She sounds nice and intelligent but I don't support people that young breeding. They can get tired of it and\or the parents don't support it (and if they did, they might stop and make her get rid of her rats) I won't sell her any rats, but I don't know how to word my email so I don't sound like a rat nazi (I am though..just a little;)
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I really don't care

I'm sick of celebrity news being in the top five "top stories" over here. Makes Los Angeles look like the stereotypical celebrity town. We aren't but you wouldn't know that based on that news report!
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