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On Nov 2, 11:54 am, Double-A <double...(a)hush.com> wrote:
> On Nov 2, 8:32 am, Twittering One <mournenwo...(a)aol.com> wrote:
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> > On Nov 2, 11:25 am, Twittering One <mournenwo...(a)aol.com> wrote:
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> > > "Of maze, I knew;
> > > From cage, I flew ..."
> > > ~ Tyche,
> > > From Who's Who of the Rats of NIMH,http://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml
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> > >http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com
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> > "Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH is a 1971 children's book by Robert
> > C. O'Brien. Illustrated by Zena Bernstein, it won the 1972 Newbery
> > Medal. A film adaptation, The Secret of NIMH, was released in 1982.
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> > The novel relates the plight of a widowed field mouse, Mrs. Frisby,
> > who seeks the aid of a group of former laboratory rats in rescuing her
> > home from destruction by a farmer's plow, and of the history of the
> > rats' escape from the laboratory and development of a literate and
> > technological society.
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> > The work was inspired by the research of Dr. John B. Calhoun on mice
> > and rat population dynamics at the National Institute of Mental
> > Health."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs._Frisby_and_the_Rats_of_NIMH
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> "But Mousie, thou are no thy-lane,
> In proving foresight may be vain:
> The best laid schemes o' Mice an' Men,
> Gang aft agley,
> An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain,
> For promis'd joy!"
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> "To a Mouse" - Robert Burns - 1785
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Justin had foresight.
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"... & don't forget ~
To call the Vet ~ !"
~ Cha Cha

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Beaky, the Disabled Prospect Park Goose

"A disabled Canada goose in Prospect Park is missing the upper half of
its beak, prompting concern among Brooklyn residents that it might
starve to death, as some birds with similar disabilities have done."

(more)
http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/18/beaky-the-disabled-prospect-park-goose/

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On Nov 19, 8:30 am, Twittering One <mournenwo...(a)aol.com> wrote:
> Beaky, the Disabled Prospect Park Goose
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> "A disabled Canada goose in Prospect Park is missing the upper half of
> its beak, prompting concern among Brooklyn residents that it might
> starve to death, as some birds with similar disabilities have done."
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> (more)http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/18/beaky-the-disabled-prosp...
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Perhaps a prosthetic silver beak. They say Tycho Brahe had one.

Double-A

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The Homeless Animals Thank You

By Kathy Lehr
Cincinnati.com
November 19, 2009

“The homeless and unwanted animals in the county thank you for your
generosity,” said Clermont County Humane Society President Molly
Geise. “Over 240 people attended the annual dinner and auction that
raised over $20,000 for the Clermont County Humane Society.” The
November 7, 2009 fundraiser was held at the Norlyn Manor in Batavia
Township; the silent and live auctions featured over 300 items
including original artwork, deluxe vacation accommodations, and
Cincinnati Bengals signed items.

“We are indebted to all the wonderful people who continue to support
this auction and the Humane Society, through their donations,
attendance, and behind the scenes efforts,” said Geise.
“Unfortunately, adoption fees alone do not generate enough revenue to
cover the expenses needed to care for our animals. Fundraising events,
such as this auction, help us offset that deficit.”

“The number of animals received to date is down from last year and
that is a good thing,” said Clermont Animal Shelter Director Kim
Naegel, “However, many people are telling us they have had to relocate
as a result of the economy and cannot take their pets with them.
Sadly, the number of adoptions has decreased since last year. We have
some wonderful animals here that would make fabulous additions to many
households.”

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http://rodeo.cincinnati.com/getlocal/gpstory.aspx?id=100225&sid=158310

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