I appreciate all the nice welcomes. I think I'm going to like it here. Thanks ever so much...
And a Yankee liking GWTW isn't odd. It was a great movie. I work in the city and every day pass through Margaret Mitchell Square across from where the old Lowes Grand used to stand. As a matter of fact, I remember it being there. They had pictures in the lobby of the premier of the movie here. And last week I found a small silver soldered dish from the old Henry Grady Hotel which is where Mr. Gable and Miss Leigh and all stayed when they were here. All that's gone now, but at least I moved here before it all went.
All of my cats are rescue kitties.... Bran was a stray who wandered starving up to my house (she's made up for it since then, bless her little tubby heart), Rose is from Ohio and is very small due to failure to thrive when she was born. Arthur came along in Feb, got him out of a garbage can where some monster had dropped him... I just happened to hear this tiny little sound when I was going in the store. He's not a year old yet but is HUGE! I hadn't had a male since my Jazz died 7 years ago this past October 5th. So I had forgotten the quirks that are associated with males (did I mention I was happily divorced for 21 years?) Then my son in law found Misha in a storm drain a couple of months ago. Misha came with a whole new set of quirks being Siamese (my Jazz was Siamese too as was Rajah).
Anyway it gets interesting around here, to say the least. And my babies are all different, all very loving (although Arthur and I do have the occassional disagreement over who's the boss... then I see the light and realize he is).
Yes, I love cats! The best saying I've heard though is
To a dog you're family
To a cat you're staff