By Roz Rogoff
About this blog: In January 2002 I started writing my own online "newspaper" titled "The San Ramon Observer." I reported on City Council meetings and other happenings in San Ramon. I tried to be objective in my coverage of meetings and events, and... (More)
About this blog: In January 2002 I started writing my own online "newspaper" titled "The San Ramon Observer." I reported on City Council meetings and other happenings in San Ramon. I tried to be objective in my coverage of meetings and events, and saved my barbs for my Commentary page. I had some political differences with the City Council at that time and particularly with the majority dubbed "The Gang of Three," by the San Ramon Valley Times. In 2003 new Council members were elected and the Council was more balanced and fiscally conservative, but I continued to write the Observer until 2009. At that point I decided I wanted to concentrate on my commentaries. So I requested a meeting with the editor and publisher of the Danville Weekly about taking over the San Ramon Observer. My timing was very apropos since the parent company, Embarcadero Media, was planning to release an online San Ramon Express that April. I was offered a "blog" under the name "San Ramon Observer" for my commentaries. I like to inform residents about what is happening in San Ramon, especially on city government and local politics. When I don't have anything to write about on those topics, I just write about anything I am doing or thinking about. (Hide)
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Cute, Playful Cat Needs New Home
Uploaded: May 20, 2016
My house has officially been sold and I'm moving Villa San Ramon next week. I can bring two of my four cats with me to the Villa. Another resident has offered to take one of my other cats, but I still need to find a home for my little black cat, Beulah
Beulah is a 10 year old, medium hair, black cat. She's long and skinny and weighs about 10 lbs. She has a lot of personality. She's playful, friendly, and when she feels safe around you she can be very affectionate.
You will need to trim her claws regularly and keep a cat tree for her to scratch on, and she will be a great indoor cat. I prefer that she is kept indoors, but she could go out in a screened-in yard.
She isn't too friendly with my other cats, but she could co-exist with other cats if they are not hostile to her. She has not been around dogs at all, but she might do well if you give her a chance.
She's healthy and has all her shots. Her records are available at Bollinger Canyon Animal Hospital. She's about 10 years old now, but many cats can live into their mid-20s. Please give Beulah a chance, and I'll throw in a "One Fast Cat,
" exercise wheel. She isn't trained to use it yet, but she could make good use of it if you have room for it.
For more information or to adopt Beulah,
Contact Roz at (925) 828-1805 or email me at [email protected]
What is it worth to you?
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