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The rat race. That’s what he’s heard it called and when he’s in the car for the two hours it takes to get to and from work, in stop-and-go traffic, he figures the description is pretty apt.

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It’s cold when he gets picked up, and he’s been sick for a while. Some kind of respiratory thing that has slowed his breathing and his reflexes. That’s why the car seemed to come out of nowhere – his reactions are sluggish. He should have seen the headlights, but he didn’t really know it was…

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It had been one of those days. The kind you wish had a rewind button. The kind where Murphy’s Law seemed to be gospel – one wrong thing after the other.

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You know what I really enjoy? A good plate of food. I can actually get giddy at the thought of an Olive Garden meal. No kidding. Oh my word and have you been to a Macaroni Grill? Ohhh, the bread and the olive oil. *dies a little*

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I got in my car this afternoon, and quite literally couldn’t breathe. The heat this year has been stifling, to say the least, and as I drove along, blasting hot air from the vents and rolling the windows down, I was reminded, again, of what it must be like to be a four-legged friend.

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At the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter, we’re anticipating kittens. Lots and lots of kittens. We are on the cusp of what shelters around the nation call “kitten season.” That’s where the adult cats start to bring us a whole bunch of kittens.

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I spoke a number of times over the years with the Leadership of Franklin County group and they are so much fun. Before COVID, we had an actual tour of the shelter and last year, we had a virtual tour.

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There are moments when I tell people that I hope I am reincarnated as a pet in their home. They chuckle, but little do they understand my seriousness.