Filling the Empty Nest

This crazy cat lady has found a plethora of critters to care for to fulfill the nurturing impulse

Photo by Landon Martin on Unsplash

The empty nest can be a lonely place for some.

For others, it presents an opportunity to pivot to caring for some beasts a little more thankful and a heck of a lot less annoying than our human progeny.

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Freelance writer published in ALLUMINATION, Alternative Perspectives, Cultured, The Startup, as well as top writer in category of Politics and Politica.

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Libby Winkler

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Freelance writer published in ALLUMINATION, Alternative Perspectives, Cultured, The Startup, as well as top writer in category of Politics and Politica.

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