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jackiesdaisy1935
06-30-2001, 03:21 PM
This week a brand new Humane Society complex which cost 8 million dollars was burned down.
They suspect arson. They were getting ready to move the animals into the new complex the next day from next door where they were keeping them. The only good news is that no animals or people were in the complex at the time. If they find that it is arson, it will be the second burned in a year in San Diego County. Obviously there is a disturbed person walking among us and hopefull they will catch him or them soon. :(

[ June 30, 2001: Message edited by: jackiesdaisy1935 ]

4 feline house
06-30-2001, 04:31 PM
Thank God no lives were threatened. I hope the Humane Society is properly insured, and I hope that sicko is caught.

Cinder & Smoke
07-02-2001, 07:57 PM
Cinder sez ~ Dad found a link to the Shelter Fire Storie:
http://www.thesandiegochannel.com/sand/news/stories/news-85088720010629-080619.html

And here's a link with a couple of pictures. But look quick, this link will probably expire:
http://www.primenews.com/sdhnj.html

[ July 02, 2001: Message edited by: Cinder & Smoke ]

Karen
07-02-2001, 08:07 PM
You know, Cinder, that you can post a link without the whole URL showing, don't you?

Bruni (http://PetoftheDay.com/archive/1998/January/02.html), for example, is actually http://PetoftheDay.com/archive/1998/January/02.html.

If you put the URL within the []'s so it's
(I put some extra spaces so you can see the code) and the word "Bruni" then the ( http://PetoftheDay. com/archive/ 1998/January/02. html) .

Get it? That way you don't have to have the whole long URL actually showing, so you don't have to worry about it making a window too wide!

Sad about the shelter fire, but thank goodness the animals and people weren't in it yet!

[ July 02, 2001: Message edited by: Karen ]

Cinder & Smoke
07-02-2001, 09:09 PM
Hi, Miz Karen ~

Dad sez he knows that, but he likes to repeat the whole thingy so if somebody has trouble, or the link expires, they can see the base site name and maybe cut and paste a part of it to get started reconstructing the link.

What he dint know was that you can right-click the abbreviated title and then "copy link location" and do the same thing! Mebee you taught the ole dog a new trick! :D

Better not tell him we said that ;).