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By: yzz

Mon, 21 May 2007 00:57:43 +0000

mmmmmmmmmm. mmmm. lemon pepper is my favorite seasoning for asparagus, but I must try this.



By: Jennifer Hess

Thu, 17 May 2007 13:31:14 +0000

ann, DEFINITELY!



By: ann

Thu, 17 May 2007 12:02:43 +0000

oh my! This makes me miss my stray cat all the more. I wish I could adopt one, but I'm just too allergic. Take care of them! they're so cute! oh, and dinner looks good too, but it's hard to focus on salmon when there's kittens about.



By: Jennifer Hess

Wed, 16 May 2007 18:02:17 +0000

Terry, we are definitely going to try to get the kittens comfortable with human contact. Their mama is very sweet and affectionate, and loves to sit in our laps when we're out back. She wasn't always this way but over time she has come to trust us, so the fact that she has come so far and feels comfortable and safe enough with us that she brought her babies into our yard is a huge deal. :) The kittens are just about 2.5 weeks old now, so I think they may be a little too small for us to start handling them, but we've got inquiries in to some contacts at our local shelter and our vet's office to find out how best to proceed with the situation. We definitely want to socialize them before finding them good homes.



By: Terry B

Wed, 16 May 2007 17:48:59 +0000

Jennifer--I haven't been keeping an accurate count, but I think you've already amortized the cost of your new grill! And the weeknight meals you "manage" to get on the table would count as big deal company dinners for many of us. Regarding the adorable kittens, if you hope to find homes for them, they should be getting some acclimatizing to human contact, if the mother will allow it. Feral cats are very hard to place. Not that you need yet another thing on your plates.