Thank you for the comment, Melinda! I didn't see the notification you sent two months ago until just now **blush** I am glad I'm here, too, and want to post more, especially in "Hang with Friends", but life is so busy! So glad you're here, as well. Although I don't post as often as I like, I feel like I am getting to know you, Steph, Joan, everyone! Love your pics, too! :)
i was right there with you. i kept waiting for him to wake up. who was that guy? Romney fought and Obama was passive. he didn't even mention his main attacks. i can only assume that his strategy was to remain above the fray and act Presidential. if so that's a bad strategy. the fray was right in front of him, and he failed to engage effectively. very dissappointing. i'm hoping he comes out swinging in the next one.
hey Mel. i've been around. commented here and there and started a few new discussions. check them out. my last one was about church/state separation and i thought it was pretty decent but no comments :(
how've you been? getting excited for the election? i'm hosting a phone bank at my house on wednesday!
If your cats are indoors, I wouldn't recommend vaccinating them every year.
Many clinics in my county suggest that you purchase a county license when you vaccinate for rabies, and some make it seem mandatory, but it isn't. I don't know how they justify pet fees in Rockford, but I'm not surprised. State law in Illinois does not require rabies vaccination for cats, so I sure would move to a 3 year vaccination cycle, at the very most.