Sunday, July 25, 2010

You Are Not My Cat ! - also New Traffic Law

Well it's my own fault. I have a kitty door in the screen door in the back. So the neighbors new Kitty decided this was a cool place to hang out. No dogs around, just my 2 cats and a never ending supply of food.

Not only did he find the kitchen chair and the couch ...

He also found the Cat Bed and the top floor of the Kitty Condo :)

Like that wasn't enough, he also found my office chair (complete with gushy pillow) and last but not least ... the bed!

Now he's really a cute cat and I don't mind him hanging out and eating and sleeping. He even gets along with both my cats which is kind of a miracle in itself.

What bugs me about him though is that he's a Mouser and seems really proud when he leaves me a dead mouse in various parts of my backyard. Eck!

Oh and we call him "Freak". Notice his hair?
He's a short haired cat with a long haired tail.
He sure is lovable though. What cha gonna do?

PS, yes I bought a squirt gun to help him learn the
"house rules", LOL


New Traffic Law 2010 - Ticket cost $754.00

GOOD THING TO KNOW: New Law: If a patrol car is pulled over to the side of the road, you have to change to the next lane (away from the stopped vehicle) or slow down by 20 mph. Every state except Hawaii , Maryland and D.C. has this law. In California , the "Move-over" law became operative on January 1, 2010.

A friend's son got a ticket for this recently. A police car (turned out it was 2 police cars) was on the side of the road giving a ticket to someone else. He slowed down to pass but did not move into the other lane. The second police car immediately pulled him over and gave him a ticket. He had never heard of the law. It is a fairly new law that states if any emergency vehicle is on the side of the road, if you are able, you are to move into the far lane.

The cost of the ticket was $754, with 3 points on your license and a mandatory court appearance. Please let everyone you know that drives about this new law. It is true, see details at the following web address:



danish said...

Hi Judy, They have recently implemented a similar law here in Ontario Canada and have on a few occasions laid charges, but I haven't heard whether or not any convictions have actually been obtained yet.

blondie said...

That's good to know that other countries are following suit. Or maybe we followed you, I don't know :)
Either way, seems like a good law to me.