Sunday, September 11, 2005

Oil sludge covers large expanse of plaquemines parish. most this parirh no longer exists.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Nicole N said...

First, thank you for your wonderful coverage during this devastating time. Your attittude is the embodiement of both New Orleans and of south louisiana. I also appreciate the work that you have done regarding the animals. It is so unfortunate about N.O and Plaquemine. PLaquemine is a staging area for the oil industry, which is vitally important not only to Louisiana, but also to the entire United States, but more importantly it was one of the last bastions of true Creole living, the language, the culture, the food, in its raw being. This is a loss that will rock the world at the loss a small culture.

I have read your blog regularly and truly appreciate it.

11:32 AM, September 11, 2005  
Anonymous Cheryl aka Purrson said...

Not sure how this works but we have a friend whos address was 405 E. Morales Street in Chalmette, LA
70043.
They evacuated with 2 of their cats but could not find the third, Magic.

We beleive a small black cat, uncertian yet if Male or Female, If you could find him/her for us, our group of friends would be very grateful.

Purrson and Kerby

If ANYONE KNOWS or finds anything please rescue the kitty and email me at cherylakapurr @ hotmail.com

7:10 PM, September 11, 2005  

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