CWW: Things I Find in the Woods

I haven’t done  a Cheap Worcester Wednesday in a while.  Not so much because cheapness doesn’t abound in Worcester…but I invariably forget what day of the week it is and around 9:30am on a Thursday I think of something cheap…and then feel like I can’t post for another six days, at which point I forget whatever it is I was going to post.

A couple of weeks ago, we were in God’s Acre and there was a cat carrier in decent shape along the side of the road.  So, frequent commenter (and person-who’s-not-scared-to-meet-me-alone-in-the-woods) Bob was kind enough to put it in the back of his car and drive me home.  Whereupon I showed it to my husband, who said, “We already have a cat carrier.”

Which is really beside the point, don’t you think? 

So, we’ve got a cat carrier in good working order that was fished out of the woods.  If you want or need one, or if you’d like something you can bring home so that your spouse/mother/second cousin, too, can say, “Why exactly did you get something we already own?”, leave a comment and I’ll get it to you.

5 thoughts on “CWW: Things I Find in the Woods

  1. Jeff Barnard says:

    If you haven’t already, you should join the local FreeCycle group. Kathy’s been giving and getting free stuff through this group for over a year, now.

  2. RQ says:

    Maybe a shelter like the Greater Worcester Animal Recue league could use it.

    I, myself have two cats and three carriers so I guess I’ll have to get myself another cat to get things back in balance (:-?

  3. Jim May says:

    The wooded area of Swan Ave(God’s Little Acre) could be one of Worcester’s coolest nature zones, but it’s not. Sadly, instead it is one of Worcester biggest Illegal Dumping Zones. What’s the answer? stiffer fines? camera? more education to citizens about dumping?

    • Nicole says:

      At this point, I’d settle for people not setting things on fire on Independence Evening.

      This week, I’m going to add pictures to my GoogleMap of the area so that I can document the dumping, and then go back to appealing to the city for help.

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