In reply to bjane:
In reply to aquilareen:
In reply to Heather B:
HEATHER: I'm glad your SiL is being cared for and kept safe in Aussieland. I was joking with AQ, but I imagine it's hard for your SiL to be away from his family for such a long time. On a serious note, I'm glad that if he must be away, he's in Adelaide and not on the U.S. Gulf Coast (Houston, etc.). We're in the middle of a record-breaking hurricane season, with additional catastrophe on the southern coast possible. Also, we're getting warnings of potentially dangerous political unrest coming up. Plus, he would not be kept safe from COVID in Texas like he is in Australia. Wishing your SiL a good work experience.
bjane: Well done to you for rescuing cats for all those years, especially when you've had other challenges in your life. So kind of you. Town/city people dump cats out here in the rural/remote area where I live just to get rid of them. If no one rescues them, they must endure the polar vortex cold winters, the fleas and diseases from the wildlife, and the constant threat of being prey for coyotes, bobcats, hawks, black vultures, and other species. The dumping also deeply angers me because the roaming cats are very hard on the bird populations. I've seen severe decline in the numbers of my song birds since the dumping has escalated.
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