Sunday, June 06, 2004

Kev's Backyard Pet Orphanage?

The other day, somebody pointed out that there was a kitten on my back porch. A few days later, there was another one also, plus a bigger cat. No way was I going to feed them, even though I obviously have cat food, because then they'd never leave. However, tonight I noticed that perhaps I wouldn't have to do that, as one of the kittens was chowing down on a bird! The bird wasn't much smaller than the kitten itself.

I wonder if they'll leave once the lawn gets mowed (by Fizban if he can get to it before his mission trip, or by me otherwise), and I wonder how badly Tasha would freak out if she ever saw an entire cat family out the window in the back door. Knowing her, she'd probably knock herself out trying to get through the glass.

SPAM OF THE WEEK: I get some interesting spams every once and a while--ones that rise above the usual GENERIC VIAGRA ONLINE and what-not. Here's my favorite one of the past week:

Subject: How would you like to be called REVEREND?

Become a legally ordained minister within 48 hours

As a minister, you will be authorized to perform the rites and ceremonies of the church!

Perform Weddings, Funerals, Perform Baptisms, Forgiveness of Sins
Visit Correctional Facilities

Want to start your own church?

Press here to find out how

And no, I'm not actually keeping the link in there; who knows where that would lead. The funny thing is, a few years ago I got something in the mail addressed to "Rev. Kevin McNerney." Kev the Rev? Has a nice ring to it...

QUOTE OF THE (OTHER) DAY: "It's a crazy little world in my closet."--Woody, the other night on AIM during her recent round of spring cleaning.


Steven said...

Gimme that link Kev....:)

G. Travis said...

I like that they put "visit correctional facilities" as a positive point to attract people.

"Visit correctional facilities?!?! I've always wanted to do that! Sweet! Where do I sign up?"

Kev said...

Yeah, I always thought that would be one of the biggest perks of the ministry...

I sent Dingus the link, and he said it only cost 30 bucks to be a 'minister.' Scary.