Sunday, December 5, 2010

Good news/Bad news day.

Bad news. Not a single adoption from the adoption event I had to run my 3 boys to. That after juggling to get their microchips done at the vet's where one of the microchips came back out and had to be sterilized and reinserted and that made us late and then getting them there, and no one was expecting them even though I had been assigned to that store so we had to set up an extra cage. Whew. Three adoptions at the other store. Figures.

Good news. All the kittens are still hanging in there, and Ashfur is eating voluntarily again. I have them all on reglan and biomox and fortiflora and that is all I can do. The rest is up to them, and since they are eating they have a shot.


Today is:

AFL-CIO Day (date of merger in 1955)

Bathtub Party Day

Bonhomme Noel -- France

Day of the Ninja -- sponsored by Ninja Burger!

Discovery Day -- Haiti

Faunalia -- Roman Empirical Calendar (festival of Faunus, through the 8th)

International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development

King's Birthday -- Thailand, also National Day and Father's Day

Krampus -- Austria (St. Nicholas celebration)

National Sacher Torte Day

Nones of December -- Ancient Roman Calendar

Repeal Day, celebrating the repeal of Prohibition -- US

Skywarn Recognition Day

St. Clement of Alexandria's Day

St. Nicholas' Eve -- Belgium; Czech Republic; Hungary; Netherlands; Romania; Slovakia; parts of the UK

St. Saba's Day


Birthdays Today:

Gary Allan, 1967
John Rzeznik, 1965
Morgan Brittany, 1951
Jim Messina, 1947
J.J. Cale, 1938
Little Richard, 1932
Otto Preminger, 1906
Strom Thurmond, 1902
Walt Disney, 1901
George Armstrong Custer, 1839
Martin Van Buren, 1782


Today in History:

Cicero reads the last of his Catiline Orations, BC63
An earthquake in Naples leave about 35,000 dead, 1465
All Jews are expelled from Portugal by order of King Manuel I, 1496
London auctioneers Christie's hold their first sale, 1766
Henry Knox begins the transport of Fort Ticonderoga artillery to Cambridge, Massachusetts, a key to later forcing the British Fleet out of Boston Harbor, 1775
C F Schoenbein obtains patent for cellulose nitrate explosive, 1846
President Polk confirms that gold has been discovered in California, triggering the next year's "Gold Rush", 1848
Daniel Stillson of Massachusetts patents the first practical pipe wrench, 1876
The first automated telephone switching system is patented, 1879
The first electric car makes its debut; it could go 15 miles between charges, 1893
University of Pittsburgh makes the first use of numbers on football jerseys, 1908
The American League for Physical Culture is founded in NYC, the first US nudist organization, 1929
The 21st Amendment, which repealed Prohibition, is ratified, 1933
Sister Elizabeth Kenny's new treatment for infantile paralysis receives approval, 1941
A cold fog descends upon London, combining with air pollution and killing at least 12,000 in the weeks and months that follow, 1952
The United Nations General Assembly adopts Pakistan's resolution on security of non-Nuclear States, 1976
The Civil Partnership Act comes into effect in the United Kingdom, and the first civil partnership is registered there, 2005

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