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Maker:S,Date:2017-12-14,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y
I stopped this morning to take a snooze in a warm, toasty sunbeam.  It was splendorous!  The spring sun shone through the window and I had the world to myself for a while…no cats to bother me.  Just some time to be alone with my thoughts.  To appreciate the changing seasons and the greening of the world; the warmer, longer days and the bright sun on my fur.  Aw, a
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Well, it happened.  I gained weight over the holidays.  I simply ate too much good food and did too little in terms of exercise.  It’s just so easy to let yourself overindulge.  It was cold and snowy and I didn’t go for walks as often as I should have either.Now, I find I must make one of those dreaded New Year’s resolution thingy me-bobs.  I think I understand the principal,
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Well, it’s that time of year.  I have spent a good bit of time this week fielding calls from folks interested in donating items to the Shelter.  Folks are keen to donate items for the holidays.I snooped and sniffed through all the cupboards at the shelter and I see that we have a TON of dog toys, lots of kitty toys, stacks of canned cat food (wish I could have
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Customer Service Rep
It has been a ruff couple of days!  This week, staff was surprised to find that our long established web page had been suddenly and unexpectedly changed by the host company.  It no longer served our needs or the needs of our community.  Our staff had to snoop around to create a new web presence that would help us to put our best foot forward and serve our community of
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taffy
Maintain…Don’t Gain!  It applies to most of us humans through the holidays.  It’s a great goal; enjoy yourself without putting on extra pounds that it will take months to shed. The same could be said for our furry companions.  Overfeeding, primarily through over treating, our pets during the holidays is an issue we can totally avoid.  Yummy human foods are all around us from now until after the beginning of
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