April 17, 2005
Hello to everyone and welcome to all of the new subscribers.
It has been a while since I last sent an update, but I have several pages
for you this time, so hopefully it will make up for it. :-)
I am sure many of you have lost a beloved pet at some point in your lives. I have and the message in this poem
comes from my heart. I can only hope that it brought some comfort to the friend it was written for and may
bring comfort to some of you as well. I decided to set up three different pages for this particular poem...one
for cats, one for dogs, and one using the Rainbow Bridge.
Paw Prints (for cats)
Paw Prints (for dogs)
Paw Prints (Rainbow Bridge)
"Words of Wisdom"
Usually, I am sharing some of Terri McPherson's poems or stories with you on pages that I have set up in
my Treasure's section. But not today. I decided to write a poem FOR Terri to thank her for all of the
wonderful messages that shine through in her beautiful writing. It will definately be worth your time to
visit Terri's site called Wise Hearts
Words of Wisdom
"Where Does It End?"
This poem was written in response to a recent law proposal made by some misguided Wisconsin residents
allowing feral cats to be legally killed by anybody with a small game license. As you will see by this poem, I
strongly disagree and feel it is wrong to make innocent animals pay with their lives in an inhumane way for
mistakes made by humans.
Where Does It End?
"Save the Cats!"
Because of my strong belief that people should be educated with the facts relative to this issue and that we should
do our best to take care of this problem in a responsible manner, I have set up this page to share information on the
topic. It includes links to other sites as well as contact information for key government officials who will have a say
in the outcome of this proposed law. Let them hear our voice as we speak for those who cannot talk.
Save the Cats!
Until next time...
I hope you all have a wonderful springy Sunday!
Attention WebTV Users
As I explained in my emails, I purchased an encryption program in order to protect my
site as somebody copied some of my pages. Unfortunately, because WebTV apparently does not
support "scripting", it's not capable of displaying the encrypted pages. If that is the case,
there is nothing I can do at this point, unless I decrypt my whole site. I have kept this
newsletter, my guestbook and any new pages code free in order for those on my mailing list to
have the ability to access them after I send the newsletter out. You will not be able to access
the rest of the site at this time. I hope to find a way around this problem and will keep you