“Lucas,” a 19 year-old from Philadelphia, cut a rather different figure in the Jerusalem Day flag parade in the capital. Like many participants in the event, he wore a skullcap on his head; unlike the others, however, a Palestinian flag and a keffiyeh were also part of his outfit.
Also known by the nickname Blackie. She extends a welcoming paw to sapiens always. Blackie is a bit older now, but when very young she existed among fellow homeless creatures (sapiens as well) in the former Newport projects near the Ohio River. Her bodice was home to the ten-thousand fleas. Halloween was rapidly approaching: a dangerous time for a black cat. Always a dangerous time for her fellow sapiens.
Lisa extended her a home here and anchored Blackie’s story through words and sketches. Perfect perfect strangers are yet offered Cup’s gentle paw.
Lisa crocheted these three guys with yarn offered to the first taker. As you can see they are only comfortable upon a newly made bed and tower with each other at the apex of the pillow. Loki, the cat from Reading Road at Tennessee, owns the bed and is nervous at the very real likelihood of a soundless predation upon her person, so she bats each and three of them from their acme before she might enjoy a safe and predator-free resting spot. Unfortunately, the bedroom window is north-facing and so precludes coincidence of nap space and sun spot.