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By education and experience - Accountant with a specialty in taxation. Formerly a CPA (license has lapsed). Masters degree in law of taxation from University of Denver. Now retired. Part time work during baseball season as receptionist & switchboard operator for the Colorado Rockies. This gig feeds my soul in ways I have trouble articulating. One daughter, and four grandchildren. I share the house with two cats; a big goof of a cat called Grinch (named as a joke for his easy going "whatever" disposition); and Lady, a shelter adoptee with a regal bearing and sweet little soprano voice. I would be very bereft if it ever becomes necessary to keep house without a cat.
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The Mighty Hunter

This time of year, for about 6 weeks or so, our part of Colorado is plagued with moths. They are a real nuisance, and can drive you nuts banging into lights, dropping dead in inconvenient places, and generally being a pain.

Last night the first moth to make it into the house was flitting around the den. Lady was snoozing on the couch. She suddenly sat up, leaped across the room, jumped once and caught the moth in flight.

She stood guard over the dead thing for several minutes. I thought she might try to eat it, but she eventually abandoned her kill. We scooped it up and put it in the trash.

I have a feeling that the moths are not going to be that big a deal this year if they make it inside.

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