paying for delivery of the vehicle included! In addition, I know that the listing plainly stated for Jackson, TN.
ALSO, for that low dollar, anyone in her neighborhood would buy it for that low price.
I also did a search for her name, nothing came up. However, a lame photo came up (google email) that
could be anyone.
Just remember, if it looks too good to be true, it really might be.
seaeagle wrote:valerie wrote: Although it is stil windy here, it has died down. We had something like 100 mile an hour winds.
Sorry to hear about the storm damage - much of the east coast of Australia has just gone through some very wild weather too & the clean-up will take months.
valerie wrote: I need to get some new collars but so difficult to find the ones that are NOT breakaway collars. I put big Christmas bells on the collars. IF I had them on the cats, that squirrel probably would have gotten away.
I don't know if this would have helped the squirrel, but if you want your cats to stop hunting birds in your area, researchers recently discovered that brightly multi-colored collars (like rainbow scrunchies used to tie hair ponytails) were extremely effective (from memory, they cut the songbird death rate by about 90%).
Cats learn to stalk without making bell collars tinkle (easy to do since they naturally walk softly without straightening their legs), but because they cannot see colors well, they have no idea that the bright collar makes them stand out to other animals which can see color (at least, during the day). Apparently, squirrels can see in color, but are red-green color blind, so a rainbow collar might still be helpful.
I'm not sure whether this might make them more noticeable to owls though.
You can do a search for rainbow collar for cats on Google & get lots of results - some even come with a bell too.
Rainbow Collars Could Help Keep Cats From Wiping Out Birds | Smart News | Smithsonian
Marcel-R6 wrote: No storms here sunny and dry.
Cats are hunters,that is why mine is a house cat. Too bad about the squirell.
I did a search for that owl...holy crap that is a big one.
dutch1898 wrote: To put yourself in someone else's shoes for about an hour
and experience what they go thru day in day out,I would
consider that a real learning curve.
pindokhan123 wrote: are zinnias short for zucchini? if so here in the UK we call em' courgettes,never heard of zinnias. i am planning to go back to Pakistan as soon as the last of my cold symptoms have vanished,still recovering tho, vegetable growing in Pakistan is seasonal so you have to grow whats compatible with the weather,i will be growing courgettes,various types of pumpkins,i planted garlic last november before i came to the UK and that should be ready within a couple of months, also looking at tomatoes,cucumbers and anything else that i can grow during the hot season. mind you i got alot of fruit trees and especially the plums,apricots,guavas and mangoes are in full bloom.i will take a trip to the local garden centre upon my return and see what beauties they got for me.