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Ventana Construction. Excellent skills, customer service and highly ethical.
I also support that whoever is President at the time of a Supreme Court vacancy, that they have the right and authority to nominate and fill that vacancy. To ask the President to wait until they are out of office or to work to block until that time is wrong…on so.many.levels.
Dr Pat Hunter, Concious Choice Chiroprator. Have sent 12 plus friends to him. All love his adjustments, laid back easy attitude and educational discussions.
Just like any accident you stop to see if you can assist. At the very least, start knocking on doors to see if anyone knows whose dog it is.
The dog was injured. It needed help–whether on a leash or not.December 6, 2014 at 12:08 am in reply to: Good Luck to Christopher Boffoli… Fight the good fight. #819946
Yes…good luck to you Chris and thank you for taking a stand. This is your career; your creativity; your intellectual property; your copyright.
For those that have made such harsh comments about Chris. Wow. just wow. We have laws in place to protect others work/creations.November 28, 2014 at 10:34 pm in reply to: Thanksgiving Leftovers – Help Feed Hungry People In West Seattle? #819170
Thanks Mike! I can now log on! Yeah!
The street view looks different because the one above is of the church. The community center is to the right/south of church (if facing it like in the picture).November 23, 2014 at 12:39 am in reply to: Thanksgiving Leftovers – Help Feed Hungry People In West Seattle? #819166November 22, 2014 at 9:31 pm in reply to: Thanksgiving Leftovers – Help Feed Hungry People In West Seattle? #819164
Thanks everyone! Been working long hours so not posting as often.
We have a private location and a person to spread the word to those that are homeless, without transportation and need a good meal. We will be feeding approximately 15 -20 people. I have tables we can set up in order to serve the food. Does anyone have a pop up canopy or two–just in case it is rainy that day?
Please email me at email@example.com and I’ll get a distribution list going. If you have ideas, please share those too! This is a collaboration. ;0)November 12, 2014 at 7:50 pm in reply to: Thanksgiving Leftovers – Help Feed Hungry People In West Seattle? #819155
Thanks everyone! Let’s keep this going and perhaps
get together for a drink-a-doodle (or not) on the Monday before Thanksgiving.November 8, 2014 at 5:03 am in reply to: Thanksgiving Leftovers – Help Feed Hungry People In West Seattle? #819149November 8, 2014 at 5:02 am in reply to: Thanksgiving Leftovers – Help Feed Hungry People In West Seattle? #819148
Seaopgal. Thank you! Yep, have a place in mind. And a way to get the word out to those that will be thrilled to have a hot meal.
I’m thinking the Saturday after Thanksgiving so if people want to make turkey soup or sandwiches, they have time to do so. Your thougSeptember 3, 2014 at 2:13 am in reply to: He Was Fired, As He Should Be–Desmond, The Dog Abuser #812955September 2, 2014 at 11:03 pm in reply to: It’s The Purrfect Holiday Weekend To Adopt A Cat or Kitten #812739
11 cats and kitten were adopted on Saturday. All eight adults found homes, including one that was surrendered on Saturday and within less five minutes–found his brand new home! Three kittens found home too. We are thrilled for all 11 felines!August 19, 2014 at 7:04 pm in reply to: National Black Cat Appreciation Day! Get To Kitty Harbor & Adopt! #812204
twenty-eight Cat and Kittens found homes this weekend. Ten of them were black.
Well done everyone.August 17, 2014 at 1:59 am in reply to: National Black Cat Appreciation Day! Get To Kitty Harbor & Adopt! #812201
Great adoptions at Kitty Harbor today! Three adult cats and 12 kittens found homes. Six of kittens were black….my personal fav!
Kitty Harbor is open again tomorrow, from noon to 5 pm. Get there!July 12, 2014 at 4:17 pm in reply to: Kitty Harbor Adoptions @ Two Locations This Weekend! #810751
LOL homeDK. That’s the third person that has recommended Lena/Kingdom of Basil. Hope to see you there.
At 3:30, 17 cats and kittens had already found homes! Open until 5pm.today. Back open tomorrow 12 – 5 pm.June 18, 2014 at 11:37 pm in reply to: King County forcing veterinarians to turn over your animals' medical records #809629
In addition to invasion of privacy and other excellent reasons given to shoot this new legislation/law down, this is a transfer of labor from a government entity to a private business entity.
King County Public Health, Council and Regional Animal Services are transferring their labor responsibility to Veterinarians–without paying them a market rate. Administratively, the cost of managing such documentation and enforcement is far more than the $5 per license that some businesses get for selling the license on the County’s behalf.
I understand we need money in order to provide a safety net for animals…but that cost should be on all taxpayers because we all benefit from have municipal animal shelters. Just because one doesn’t have a pet does not mean they don’t benefit.
There are those of us that have always had pets and have never had to utilize the services of our municipal shelters. And yes, all of my pets are licensed because I know it is the main funding sources for caring for animals in our collective community.