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How to rescue a cat

On a rainy morning in March, found this guy in our backyard. Had seen (and fed) him before. But he was clearly in distress – and friendly. After unsuccessfully coaxing him into the basement, I just scooped him up in my arms and brought him inside. He’s on the mend, with Vet care, and a local rescue group will help us find him a home. Very affectionate – a real mush – and quite a handsome devil. He actually looks better here than he did six days ago.

Has been a very busy year, so far, with ASEBL, book projects, and the international conference. Took a break yesterday and walked the High Line on the West Side. Art is all over this city!

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Scratch art and writing on scaffolding along West 23rd St.
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From a building adjacent to the High Line.
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Across from the High Line
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Not on the High Line per se; but you can’t miss it.
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Parietal art. Still downtown.
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Art on a shipping container
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On the High Line. There is a frenzy of building above 30th St.