Name:Harrison Location:United States

The Original Lovable Little Fuzzball

Here's the straight stuff.

The adventures of Harrison are true.
Try a few of his Crunchy Bites for a taste.
--Alpha Human Mom

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Kibbles 'n Bits®

Ostara's Hare gets a buzz cut.

"The Easter Bunny has been sent packing at St. Paul City Hall. A toy rabbit, pastel-colored eggs and a sign with the words "Happy Easter" were removed from the lobby of the City Council offices, because of concerns they might offend non-Christians."

Broken, bunnies cry "I wish I could quit you."

Katipo dangerous to Aussie Whangarei's UreTiti beachgoers.

Nude sunbathers could be risking a bit more than sunburn on Whangarei's Uretiti Beach. According to katipo spider specialist James Griffiths the nudist beach is crawling with the poisonous spiders."

Alfred Hitchkock lives!—where else—in Florida.

"Signs warning of bird droppings were posted along a stretch in downtown Orlando this week after cars, benches, sidewalks, plants and even people are hit and covered by the white bird waste…

"The problem began when city workers removed cypress trees on "bird island" at Lake Eola in Orlando. The trees had to be removed because the bird droppings were polluting the water, according to the report. Now, the birds have moved into the city and are covering anything and anyone between Lake Eola and Central Avenue with droppings. "You have to brace yourself for the smell," downtown resident James Taylor said. "It is a really bad stench. It is disgusting, absolutely disgusting."

You have to brace yourself for the picture.

FARK will love this.

"Executive" Monkeys Influenced by Other Executives, Not Subordinates. When high-ranking monkeys are shown images of other monkeys glancing one way or the other, they more readily follow the gaze of other high-ranking monkeys, Duke University Medical Center neurobiologists have discovered."

Sounds like they've been studyin' Demo-cats instead.

How times have changed.

"Xena went out on a limb Friday. And stayed there until Tuesday, when the 10-month-old tabby…was rescued… On Tuesday, [owner Natalie] Collins called police, who told her they're not in the ladder business. She called the fire department, which told her to set out a can of tuna. "We don't do cat rescues," said Karen Eubanks, Tualatin Valley [OR] Fire & Rescue spokeswoman. Operating a ladder truck costs $400 an hour, too much to save a kitty."

Shoulda' called my Dad.

posted by Harrison at 8:26 PM


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