With the number of cats we have, you'd think we have a passione (Italian for that fabulous word "passion") for them. Those furry four-legged beasties keep getting plopped down in the midst of our lives. Now another has appeared, and I don't think it is divine providence.
Could it be that someone somewhere has a trunk full of kitties and is roaming up and down the street depositing them in our yard?
A tuxedo cat has joined the melee and she is a very adorable, mild-mannered thing. But this makes five too many mouths to feed -- soon to be more because I think the cat in question is a mother-to-be.
If you are in need of a wonderful, warm, furry companion -- one who is not too adept at catching mice -- please let me know. We do not allow the beasties to roam outdoors because I love birds, and as you might imagine, they are quite tempting to kitties.
So if you are cold and lonely don't go on Match.com, call me. I have just the answer.
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Well, the Bluffton Business Club might be a nice spot to go to every day -- for a mere pittance. Decorated beautifully, the "BBC" is a good place to go to network, get your resume in order or just get out of the house without having to drive on U.S. 278. The club has computers, a fax and copier service and a mailroom. It is on Goethe Road, within walking distance of restaurants and shops.
For more information, call 843-757-9983.
Babbie Guscio is the social columnist for The Bluffton Packet. She can be reached at The Store on Calhoun Street.