Tuesday, August 14, 2007

It's my day off!

This beautiful Fisher has been reportedly terrorizing neighborhoods in nearby Wilton.  People have reported having their cats gone missing, over 100 in 3 years.  Guess they should keep their cats indoors!  I love cats, but I have no sympathy for those that let them roam free and then blame the poor Fisher when the cat is the trespasser.  I saw two new housing developments being built on the way over to a friends last night.  People can't even sell their houses up here if they want but developers are still building more.  Then homeowners wonder why wild animals are in their neighborhoods.  Where else are they supposed to go?  Do they just disappear along with the trees, rocks and plants that were destroyed?

Ok enough preaching...  I'm going to cut this short because I'm going to see Logan get his first haircut!!!  Pics too!!!  Linda

6 comments:

seraphoflove9001 said...

I agree with you about the animals not having a place to go. And watching Him get his first hair cut will be awsome! :o)
Lisa

ggjack7 said...

Just look at that innocent face, soooo cute, I agree about disturbing their habitat. And first haircuts are always an experience all there own. gg/Jackie

rdautumnsage said...

Awesome, beautiful creature! Thanks for sharing this pic. (hugs) Indigo

nightmaremom said...

I agree.....  you tear down their homes then bitch... GRRRRRRrr
hugs
d

plieck30 said...

Wow that is a beautiful animal. I remember when they started building so much on the north side of San Antonio and people were complaining so much about the deer eating their rose bushes. Guess the deer figured they had always lived there so they belonged to them. Paula

wwfbison said...

How beautiful!  Don't get me started on developing and what is happening to our precious land!!!  I get so angry I see red, especially when people gripe about wildlife.  I agree with you on the cats, although I hate to see any killed in an ugly way ~ it is the responsibility of the owner to keep them indoors and safe.  
Lisa
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