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September 01, 2005


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Florida Cracker has a Humane Society link up also. And she may be the only blogger who is offering to match your pledge.

Let's You and Cracker Spend Some Money:

Also, she her oddly touching post about today (I think). I've had a touch of what she and her neighbors are feeling. Maybe because I once lived in the area. She calls what they're feeling "Phase II" -- it's the top post of the moment.

I'm going to send her over to look at your lovely photo.

Thanks so much for your great recommendation, Dymphna. I've sent over a nice gift to the HSUS Disaster Fund and notified Florida Cracker so she can make her match.

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