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Posted on August 5 at 11:41 a.m.
I can't understand how anyone can torture an innocent animal. The videro was too horrifying for words. I am saddened that such "human" monsters can exist. Ready to help Serafina rescue the dogs.
On Skinned Alive Dog Fur
Posted on July 17 at 8:33 a.m.
This is a blatant advertisement pretending to be news.
On Missing Seniors
Posted on July 15 at 11:53 a.m.
Rex I f you don't like the Pet Psychic, or find her column offensive, my suggestion is that you simply don't read it and stop playig Thought Police. The Indy runs Ms. Stinchfield's column as that of the Pet Psychic, not as hard core science, so I doubt anyone is being mislead. Some of us believe the Universe to be a vast, mysterious, and wonderful creation. Life lived without a sense of wonder and mystery is, IMO, sad indeed. And my cat agrees with me.
On Pets Send Good Thoughts
Posted on July 13 at 9:55 a.m.
My deepest condolences on the loss of your precious Sola. I don't believe we ever fully recover from such a loss, but time is a great healer and you will eventually be able to focus on your happy memories, of which I'm sure there are many. When Sunshine, my beloved companion of 20+ years died suddenly, my late mother counseled me to adopt another orange cat. I argued that it was much too soon and that Sunshine could never be replaced. She insisted that I'd eventually get another cat and that adopting now rather than later would help my grieving. As usual, she was right. Opie Cat (now gone to the Rainbow Bridge himself) was a true blessing, a comfort, a companion, a friend. We bonded immediately upon meeting and it was only later I learned that he had been scheduled to be euthanized later that day since he hadn't been adopted in some time and had what was deemed a "cranky disposition". I never saw anything other than sweetness and love in this creature who had, apparently, been badly abused at some point. I share my story only to urge you to share your love with another cat in need of a forever home. Sola would not want you to be sad.
On Losing Your Pet
Posted on June 26 at 1:37 p.m.
Sorry Ken but I still feel it's about time more support was given to young people who make good choices. Where resources are limited, why shouldn't local youngsters who want to get ahead take priority?
On SBCC Cuts Jail Class, Mulls Adult Ed’s Future
Posted on June 26 at 12:14 p.m.
While I'm sure bleeding hearts will lament the loss of services to inmates, I think this was a great decision. Not only were services being provided out of district but it seems shortsighted to pamper those who have chosen to commit crimes and deprive loical students of services. (I'm a proud SBCC grad, class of 1974).
Posted on June 17 at 11:59 a.m.
If you don't like it, don't read it. I happen to believe that certain people have the gift to communicate with aniomals and enjoy Ms. Stinchfield's column enormously.
On Talking to the Mountain Lion
Posted on May 19 at 6:35 a.m.
Life in a small unincorporated zone is fine....until an adjacent community seeks annexation in order to exploit the unincorporated area to serve their own interests.
On Life in the Unincorporated Zone
Posted on May 13 at 9 a.m.
The people making such decisions should be fed to the animals.
On Massacre Survivors Sent Back to Same Place
Posted on April 7 at 6:33 a.m.
Keep up the good work! No creature deserves a tortuous death. And, as an aging hippie, I must say your work epitomizes the "passion for transcendennt change" that my generation embraced. As we used to say, if you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem.
On Possums, Hippies, and Politics
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