How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


So, while at Sarah and Dennis', we discovered a stray cat. None of us are the kind to leave a stray cat, and he proved to be very friendly. Obviously a formerly owned cat. So we took him in. The idea is that when Cate and I secure employment and apartment, we'll take him with us if we can.

The cat, named, "John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester" (or just Rochester) escapes the house pretty regularly, and has broken screens three times just to get out. He is currently out someplace. Someplace.

Hopefully when he gets neutered, that'll get taken care of.

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