Wednesday, January 04, 2006
I wouldn't have thought about this,
but I guess it makes sense, what with all of the fences being destroyed, and the lack of supervision.
Puppies are popping up everywhere amid the rubble left by Hurricane Katrina — and animal welfare workers on the northern Gulf Coast fear it is only the start of a big boom in dog births. Workers have yet to see a spike in cat births, but there's no doubt about what dogs have been doing since the hurricane, said Tara High, executive director of the nonprofit group. "We're beginning to get litters now," High said. "It's a lot of puppies, and it's not puppy season."I guess it's good SOMEBODY found all that swimming in crap to be arousing, it's my understanding that most everyone else could have done with a lot less of it...
These are the type of things you never think about after a natural disaster. I hope they find a way to deal with all the puppies.
Wendy directed me here today, but oddly enough, I think you were meant to visit my sight, but I swear it is pure coincidence that my last post may look oddly familiar
Jen, I had trouble with that link to the Classy Dame quiz too -- the one you mentioned on Jane's blog (Cozy Reader). The link on my blog will connect you. http://daddysroses.blogspot.comPost a Comment