These three adorable kittens are at the Yavapai Humane Society waiting for you to adopt one, two, or all of them!
Time for an overdose of cute. Gary and I were at the Circle L rescue ranch on Saturday afternoon, they have some extra cute puppies. These are not yet available for adoption because they are too young. First is a baby pit bull, in my hands. There’s a litter of these, they all have different coloring. The second is a hound mix nursing her two pups, they are nice and fat. When this family was rescued by Circle L the mom was emaciated. They fed her puppy food and now she is looking healthy. She lets people handle her and the pups. The folks at Circle L tried to have her nurse the pitties too, but she rejected them. So they are being hand fed four times a day.
Photos by Gary Gromer.
What do you do when terrorists turn from attacking well-protected government buildings and transportation centers in favor of anyplace that people may congregate? Specifically, how do you address bloody scenarios like the assault on the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya by the Islamist group al-Shabaab, which killed at least 61 civilians? Well, the Secretary General of Interpol, the international police-coordination organization, says you either start providing “extraordinary security” perimeters around anything that might be a target, or else let people carry the means to defend themselves. Surprisingly, he seems to lean toward empowering individuals to take responsibility for their own defense.
He sounds like fellow Prescottonian Gabe Suarez, or an NRA spokesperson. Or yours truly :-)
A while back I wrote about the new, crappy photo import process in Adobe Lightroom.
Today I have good news. Version 6.3 corrects this problem by bringing back the original import process. Adobe responded to the dissatisfaction expressed by many Lightroom users. Thanks, Adobe.
If you installed the 6.2 version, just update to 6.3