"Aries is a uniquely naive sign. Although they are independent, outgoing and assertive they are also surprisingly trusting, often innocently walking into the lion's den at times. No matter what upheaval, challenge or triumph they confront - an Aries has a wonderful ability to bounce back. Their faith in life and the future remains untouched by hardship. Their gift is that they are always children at heart and the world is always a magical place for them. Many famous sports people are born under this sign. Aries is regarded as the most physical sign and because of its Mar's rulership; it is also one of the most highly charged masculine energy signs in astrology. No wonder women born under Aries are forceful, dynamic and aggressive. Aries people are 'doers' rather than 'talkers'. They are the impulsive, act first, ask questions or have doubts later, sign of the zodiac. That's why their lives are often filled with many dramas and sometimes even accidents! Their ability to live life close to the edge provides them with a wealth of 'real experience' to call upon. When an Aries person talks about something or somewhere they've usually done it or been there, rather than simply read about it in a book. Being active people Aries can't adapt to any kind of restriction, particularly possessive relationships. They often travel to escape any feelings of being stuck or possessed. Aries people love challenges. In fact, if everything is running smoothly, they are quite capable of going out and doing something (sometimes quite foolish) to rock the boat. Aries love to race in where angels fear to tread."
Reading all the comments to the posts I've written over the years really makes me feel special, and good about this part of my life I've chosen to undertake, to care for the animals in the City of Rochester. I thank everyone who's ever commented to me about what I do, whether it be good or bad. It makes me realize that I am not the only one that cares.
Also, I returned home after work yesterday and found four small plastic totes built into cat shelters in my back yard. Cut with a little door so that the cat can get in and out, these will make fine homes when it gets very bad out. The man that did this for me is a total stranger, but out of the goodness of his heart, built these for me. I was touched. Many people over the years have given me things hoping that it would somehow help a cat, and I thank you for that. I've had a lot of damage and theft of things I leave for the cats, but hopefully these will last and serve the purpose for the cats that will need a shelter when the time comes.
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|Sweet Girl on Central|
|Sweet Grey on Third|
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|Red and Black Kittens|