PRESIDENTIAL CATS

Abraham Lincoln’s Cats Excerpt from the Presidential Pet Museum President Abraham Lincoln “possessed extraordinary kindness of heart when his feelings could be reached,” wrote Treasury official Mansell B. Field in his memoirs. “He was fond of dumb animals, especially...

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HOW TO WEAR A MASK – No. 1

WEARING A MASK The DOs   Over Nose, Over Mouth, Under Chin, Snug at Cheeks Perfect Fit!   and the DON'Ts     Under Nose!   Away from the Mouth to Talk!   Under the Chin!   Loose at the Cheeks!     Over the Head Wear it right - End the Fight! Save your life,...

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HELPING AT CHRISTMAS

What would Christmas be without feline assistance?  Probably a lot neater, quicker and without strings unattached!  Yet, it wouldn't be as much fun watching the antics. This was Nina's first Christmas and she has been enjoying it as much as any young cat would!  A few...

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JOYEAUX NOEL

  JOYEAUX NOEL (Merry Christmas) Joyeaux Noel is actually a 2005 epic war drama film based on the Christmas truce of December 1914, depicted through the eyes of French, Scottish, and German soldiers. It was written and directed by Christian Carion based on actual...

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GREAT MASK

    Over the Summer my sister sent me this really unique mask.  It is humorous but also practical and makes a statement!  It says I like cats! This would be a thoughtful gift to give someone who loves cats.  It would also help a Rescue earn funds for the upkeep of the...

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CATS WHO SERVED Part 2

         Here are a few more Hero Felines Fighting in trenches had its own unique dangers such as poison gas attacks, and disease spread by the many rodents who took up residence with the soldiers in these filthy, muddy battle ditches. To help protect soldiers from...

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CATS WHO SERVED – Part 1

There has always been quite a bit of focus on dogs as a popular animal that has aided the military forces. However, very little is devoted to the brave cats who also had their place in military history.                        There were many and a few will be...

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