We do not go: we are sent — and he who sends us accompanies us. −The Liebavitcher Rebbe
Hello, my One Dimensional, Flat Screen Friends!
Mistress Binky found me (Endo) while recuperating from a battle with pneumonia, which interfered with her diabetes. As a result, her walking, writing, and speaking skills were impaired. The latter two skills improved, but she still suffers from nerve damage and an abnormal gait. As a result, she resorted to worrying. However, that changed when she took an alternate route to the bus stop. I was cold and wandering the streets of North Philadelphia when she spotted me.
For three weeks Mistress Binky’s worrying was redirected towards rescuing me. After 72 hours I was released into her care by the Animal Control. Some believe we found each other; others believe I was left for her. Now I live in a home with a personal pillow in every room, organic meals, filtered water, and a window with a view. And my buddy in the posing with Mistress is Eve (Kit E. Kat), rescued on Christmas Eve, 2009. The Gray Saber-Tabby is Echo, rescued October 26, 2013, and taken to the shelter. She was vaccinated, spayed, cleaned and returned to the park, however, she found her way back to our home and has been here ever since. We’ve been to more cultural events than some humans: museums, poetry readings, pet carnivals, and Bastille Day to name a few. During spring, Mistress wheels Eve in her pet-carrier to events for thirty minutes as Mistress Binky’s sister takes me in my pet-carrier during all types of weather (except icy, snow, and extreme heat or cold) on public transportation for adventures. Once we reach our destination I can exit bag and walk on a leash. When Mistress Binky has a doctor’s appointment or aqua therapy session the three of use chill on the couch or her bed and chuckle to Howard Stern.
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By the way… Check out some of these tunes by a couple of friends of ours, and click about Monica and Ezekiel’s page if you like what you hear. They have CDs, hold concerts, and conduct school performances. Listen to these tunes by Monica McIntyre: “Are You Lost?“ “Intent” ___ Listen to these tunes by Ezekiel: “Trust/Awareness” “What Really Matters”