Our kittens just had kittens. Or so we think.
(I shall have to call the black kittens kitlings then, to differentiate them from the baby kittens.)
Yesterday our housemate had watered the front yard, and therefore moved the lean-to. I.e., boxes I'd set up over the winter to help protect the kittens/kitlings if they chose to stay by the house for its warmth. Last night I noticed that he hadn't put it back, so I went to do that.
I found little black and white kittens, who looked like they were a week old, perhaps less. They didn't try to run away -- just squirmed, as if trying to nurse.
I set the lean-to back up as best I could, and let them be.
Having several humans make noises around the kittens was not reassuring to the kittens' mother, I'm sure. Even though I still don't know who the mother is.
Monday, May 23, 2016
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
~ Authoritarians and being susceptible ~
Fear that the world will change, that the status quo will change, that The Other will triumph.
The article is about the authoritarian desire to feel safe by "destroying" the threat[s] with a strongman leader, or who claims to be, who promises to do drastic things to "solve" the problems.
Even when they are foolish impossible things offered as solutions.