Craig Grant just wanted to give his cat Pepper his own space. So he created a small cat-sized town, populated with mini-buildings and streets for Pepper and the hundreds of other cats Grant has saved to live. Now Grant’s cat sanctuary, Caboodle Ranch, houses more than 600 fancy felines, who are supported by Grant’s love and care and the generous donations of volunteers. The Ranch includes a faux Walmart (complete with mini-shopping carts), a tiny town hall, and dozens of tiny houses, too small for humans but perfectly sized for kittens.
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Looking to stage your own bedroom makeover? Take the opportunity to.create a space that’s sexy — without being cheesy. There’s no rose petals or satin sheets in this bedroom makeover but can promise that these ideas will make your master bedroom feel more like a destination rather than just another room in the house. Read more … Keep reading »
Back in the day, I adored “Murphy Brown,” the sitcom that starred Candice Bergen as an investigative journalist and newscaster at “FYI,” returning to work at the show after a stay at the Betty Ford Clinic. Murphy was like Mary Tyler Moore with more attitude, a tough, wise-cracker who always got herself into hijinx — not to mention kicked out of the White House every year. Through “Murphy Brown”‘s 10-year run, I came to love Candice. So I was happy to hear that she has a new role on TV—playing Cuddy’s mother on “House.” Here’s hoping that the role will be meaty and could net Candice her sixth Emmy. [EW]
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It’s time again for “Shortcuts.” For every question, I’ll give my advice in
two three sentences or less, because sometimes the answer to a person’s question is so obvious and the need to hear it so great, being as clear and frank as possible is simply the best way to go. Today we discuss when and how much to tell new dates about your divorce, taking “no” for an answer, and how to move from the “just friends” category.
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