Saturday, December 28, 2013

Howls and Yowls! The SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS newsletter...

What a cutie! Pic from Coast to Coast am ~

While 2013 may not have been the year that saw Bigfoot bagged or the Chupacabras captured, this past year boasted a surprising number of newly-discovered species. From the adorable olinguito (pictured) to the ghastly ghost shrimp of Catalina Island, a vast array of remarkable new animals and plants were found in both remote locations as well as more familiar locales. For a look at 13 of the most breathtaking animal and plant discoveries of 2013, check out this gallery at LiveScience.


Saturday morning mews, New Year Pussycats... still warmer than frigid temps on the tame prairie... so that's good... very early in the morning the stars were super bright in the night sky... and the Kougaress caught a glimpse of a strange object that was likely intelligently controlled... it was a dot of white light that was flashing but not like airplane lights... and it wasn't a meteor... it moved in an erratic, sort of zigzag pattern, flashing at the same time... the movements were way too quick to be any conventional aircraft.

Beware, take care, and prepare for the new year. Remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar is continuing to read through her flash-scene novel *His Claimed Bride, Happy New Year On Another Earth* ... yeah, she's found a couple of inconsistencies, so that's been resolved.

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Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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