I checked the memories and the tags and things might be outdated, so I am going to make a new post.
I need a kitten. I know there are tons of loving, sweet, adult cats out there that need homes, but I need a kitten. I already have one adult cat and I know he would be more accepting of a baby rather than another adult cat.
Please advise on which shelters I should check out for kittens. I don't want a kitten from someone's house because I would rather support a shelter/rescue/etc. And please advise on which shelters to avoid. I also would prefer a shelter that won't try to cram an adult cat down my throat and will just let me have a kitten without lecturing me. Because I will probably go home with the adult cat and the kitten if that happens and I can't do that.
Anyone knows where can I report a fraud commited by doctor's office?
What's up with the Ballard Bridge right now? No cars are being let across and traffic hasn't moved in nearly an hour!
ETA 3:57pm - BALLARD BRIDGE IS STUCK OPEN AND IT IS NOT EXPECTED TO BE FIXED FOR ANOTHER TWO HOURS! (don't take this way home!)
Bernard-Henri Lévy has a new book out called American Vertigo: Traveling America in the Footsteps of Tocqueville. In Sunday New York Times Book Review, none other than Garrison Keillor of the fabulous "Prairie Home Companion" writes the following....
...[he] gets delirious about Seattle, especially the Space Needle, which represents for him "everything that America has always made me dream of: poetry and modernity, precariousness and technical challenge. lightness of form meshed with a Babel syndrome, city of lights, the haunting quality of darkness, tall trees of steel." O.K., fine. The Eiffel Tower is quite the deal, too.