Yesterday I took a couple of walks. First in the Parkhurst Forest near Newport, and very near the renowned maximum security prison. And then onwards to Headon Warren and Alum Bay attracted by the the coloured sand cliffs. My original intention was to walk to Freshwater Bay over Tennyson Down however it was a bit late in the day for that after exploring the beach. That walk have to wait for another day.
It’s interesting how the word gets around. This morning I had an email from a Taiwanese Buddhist nun studying in England, with whom I’ve had periodic contact with over the years. She was kindly letting me know about the annual conference of the Network of Buddhist Organizations which will be held in June at Taplow Court, Taplow, Nr Maidenhead, Berkshire.
A reader is relocating from Florida and needs to place her two cats before the end of the month. This is heart breaking for a devoted cat lover. She may need to drive West with them on the back seat…unless they find new homes.
Today I definitely got both cats up on the shelter website — if you want something done it’s necessary to do it oneself sometimes. There must have been a miscommunication last week, as I thought they were set to put Mitra up then. Anyway, now they’re both up here, under adoption.
Looking at the cat adoption site it’s clear oceans of merit is needed for them to find homes. Offering merit is just about all I can offer at this point.
Mitra Domestic Long Hair, Dilute Tortoiseshell Suzy, a green eyed ‘senior’.