Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Duff McDuff, swung his enormous broadsword...

Pic from ~coasttocoastam.com/pages/bear-walks-upright-like-human~

At first glance, you might think the strange dark figure caught this week roaming through a neighborhood in Jefferson Township, New Jersey, is the elusive Bigfoot creature himself. Turns out it was a black bear taking a stroll on its hind legs through the residential area. According to reports, the bear was most likely walking upright because of an injury to its front paws.
Naw, Bernie was just having a bit of problem shifting back to his human form after a wild night in the forest.

Late night mews, Summer cool and cruising Kitkats... yep, the temps have stayed mild on the tame prairie and the humidity is not that high... yay! ... the Kougaress saw one of the Longhorn bulls that live next door... not that there's a whole herd, nope just a couple of the old-west cute critters... so, the usual mad-world business today.

Watch your backsides, darling kittens, the looney-tunes craziness just intensifies at this time. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~


"Hack yer way through!"
By Savanna Kougar

Scottish dog shapeshifter, Duff McDuff, swung his enormous broadsword high, signaling his band of four warriors -- Donnie Bonnie Lad, a Scottish Deerhound shifter; Dristan, a Collie Dog shifter; Mad Cow Agnus, a black Angus shifter; and Night Runner, a black superwolf.

Behind them, and hovering above on delicate wings, was Duff's light and love, Kyrbella, a fae fox shifter. His woman had promised him on her oath that she'd stay well out of harm's way, merely using her eyes to advise them. 

With Talbot's Peak under attack by some mad-scientist concocted beast, Duff had hastily gathered those he knew would not cower like beaten dogs -- but would fight with heart, to their last mortal breath. If the god's saw it as necessary.


Surgeons Say This Woman Became "Hyper Empathic" After They Removed Part of Her Brain
Post-surgery, "Susan" said she developed an enhanced ability to read other people’s emotions, and also experienced heightened physical sensations. — Wired


Human harp makes music by playing the Brooklyn Bridge
Di Mainstone and her team at Queen Mary University of London are attaching people clad in a special body suit to architectural structures with strings that tap into a building's vibrations. — New Scientist


World's oldest eel dies in Swedish well
The world's oldest European eel just died in its home, a well in a southern Swedish fishing town, aged 155. — The Local

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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