Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Grid’s “animal, all too human”

I wanted to share my contribution to The Grid’s issue on “Animal, All too Human“. The original posting can be: http://www.readthegrid.com/3-animal-all-too-human/ ______________________________________________________________ A Brief Stroll into the Urbanscape: Pest Animals Rats, mice, raccoons, squirrels, opposums, ants, snails, skunks, slugs, pigeons, geese… … Continue reading

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Clementine, the elderbull.

  I am making this post to announce a profound shift I have experienced at my current job in Montreal at “Bark Avenue”. I have been there since November, so not terribly long, however, I feel like there is this tectonic … Continue reading

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