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Super User - Druid City Living, Tuscaloosa's premier community newspaper. - Druid City Living, Tuscaloosa's premier community newspaper. http://druidcityliving.com Mon, 16 Jul 2018 23:12:12 -0500 MYOB en-gb CSP Spotlight: First Time Mom http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/family/item/2438-csp-spotlight-first-time-mom http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/family/item/2438-csp-spotlight-first-time-mom CSP Spotlight: First Time Mom

Lessons abound when a new baby arrives, whether they come in the form of unexpected good will or hard-earned victories.  Often times, new moms feel anxious and scared on not knowing what to do when the baby arrives. 

Here are eight books new moms should read to help make motherhood a little bit easier:

  1. The Whole-Brain Child by Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
  2. Save Our Sleep: Helping Your Baby Sleep Through the Night by Tizzie Hall
  3. Precious Little Sleep: The Complete Baby Sleep Guide for Modern Parents by Alexis Dubief
  4. Parenting From the Inside Out by Daniel J. Siegel and Mary Hartzell
  5. The Happiest Baby on the Block by Harvey Karp
  6. Experimenting with Babies by Shaun Gallagher
  7. Bringing up Bébé by Pamela Druckerman
  8. Operating Instructions: A Journal of My Son’s First Year by Anne Lamott

Community Service Programs of West Alabama (CSP), Inc.’s Head Start/Early Head Start, Child Care Partnership, and Early Intervention programs engage families and encourage healthy lifestyle choices. Safe and healthy children are ready to learn and explore their world.

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DCL Weekly: Community Calendar of Events http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2437-dcl-weekly-community-calendar-of-events http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2437-dcl-weekly-community-calendar-of-events DCL Weekly: Community Calendar of Events

Here’s wishing all our Druid City Living readers a great week, filled with all kinds of outstanding local events. Get out, get involved, and above all else: Have fun!

And remember: If you’d like to have your event added to our online weekly calendar, just email us at editor@druidcitymedia.com. We’re happy to add anything you’d like to announce.

Enjoy your week, T-Town.

Live at the Plaza: Fridays in July, 6-9 p.m. Government Plaza, downtown Tuscaloosa. The City of Tuscaloosa is once again hosting musical acts as part of this series. The concerts are free, and the atmosphere is family-friendly. Bands playing this month include The Kemistry Project, Alabama Blues Project, Earl “Guitar” Williams, Corey Nolan, Plato Jones, Tim Few, and Sweet Home Symphony. 

Kids Clay Camps at Kentuck: Now through July 26, Kentuck Art Center, Northport. Registration is now open for July Kids Clay Camps at Kentuck. Classes for 6-8-year-olds and ages 9+, with multiple summer sessions. For more information, call (205) 758-1257 or email eskinner@kentuck.org.  

Theatre Tuscaloosa Presents “Once Upon a Mattress:” Through July 22, Bean-Brown Theatre, Shelton State Community College, Tuscaloosa. This funny and irreverent musical is Broadway's retelling of "The Princess and the Pea." Filled with songs, laughter, and romance, this is a summer musical for the whole family. For show times and to purchase tickets, visit theatretusc.com or call the Theatre Tuscaloosa Box Office at (205) 391-2277. 

OLLI@UA Bonus Courses Presents “Enjoying Baltic Cruises with Family”: July 17, Noon to 1:15 p.m. Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa. In 1997, presenter Ronald Houts took their first Baltic cruise. Sixteen years later, their grandsons went with them. For more information, visit olli.ua.edu.

Bama Art House Films Summer Series Presents “The Insult”: July 17, 7:30 p.m. Bama Theatre, downtown Tuscaloosa. Box office opens at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call (205) 758-5195 or visit bamatheatre.org. 

Mr. Pig Goes to the Zone: July 20, 6 to 9 p.m. North Zone of Bryant-Denny Stadium. Proceeds from this annual event support efforts to improve quality of life for those diagnosed with cancer. Tickets: $25 ($40 for couples). Tickets are available for purchase at the door, local Piggly Wiggly locations, and online at eventbrite.com/e/mr-pig-goes-to-the-zone-tickets-47152235606.  

10th Annual Sokol Park Rodeo: July 20-21, 7:30 to 11 p.m. Sokol Park, Tuscaloosa. This professional rodeo includes events like bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding, and more. Admission: $15 (adults); $10 (ages 6-12); 5 and under free. The rodeo is rain or shine. For more information, visit tcpara.org.

Super Shark Saturday at CHOM: July 21, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Children’s Hands-On Museum, downtown Tuscaloosa. Learn about great white sharks, make your own “pet” shark, play shark-themed games, and listen to shark tales. For more information, visit chomonline.org or call (205) 349-4235. 

Midtown Village “Screen on the Green”: Saturdays through 11, 8 p.m. on the Green at Midtown Village. This free summer film series features great kids’ movies. Bring blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy. For more information, visit midtownvillagetuscaloosa.com.  

Upcoming

Caregiver Café Summer Speaker Series: July 24, 6 p.m. Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa (1801 Rice Mine Road North). This monthly educational seminar is “Caring for the Caregiver – Taking Care of You While Caring for Others.” For more information, call 205-345-1112. 

Jason Aldean’s “High Noon Neon Tour 2018” with Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina: July 25, 7:30 p.m. Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. Tickets available via Ticketmaster.com. For more information, visit Ticketmaster.com, call the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater Box Office at (205) 248-5280 or charge by phone at (800) 745-3000. 

The ACT Presents “High School Musical”: July 27-29, Bama Theatre, downtown Tuscaloosa. For show times, visit TheACT.info or call (205) 393-2800. 

16th Annual Hot Hundred Bicycle Ride: July 28, UA Recreation Center, Tuscaloosa. The Hot Hundred is the sole fundraiser for the Tuscaloosa Mental Health Alliance (TMHA). Hundreds of riders are expected to participate in this century bicycle ride. For more information, including registration information, visit bikehothundred.com.  

Hogwarts Day at CHOM: July 28, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Children’s Hands-On Museum, downtown Tuscaloosa. Design your own wand, create your house tie, adopt a magical creature, enjoy potions demonstrations, have a chocolate frog, and more. For more information, visit chomonline.org or call (205) 349-4235. 

Ongoing

Bama Art House Films Summer Series: Tuesdays through July 17 (No screening on July 3), 7:30 p.m. Box office opens at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call (205) 758-5195 or visit bamatheatre.org/bamaarthouse. 

Tuscaloosa Farmer’s Market: Saturdays, 7 a.m.-noon.; Tuesdays 3-6 p.m. Tuscaloosa River Market, 1900 Jack Warner Blvd, Tuscaloosa. Shop for fresh produce, grass fed beef, baked goods, cheeses and more. Buy fresh, buy local. For more information, visit tuscaloosarivermarket.com or call (205) 248-5295. 

Northport Farmer’s Market: Saturdays, 6 a.m. to noon, 4150 5th Street, Northport. For more information, visit npfarmersmarket.com. 

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DCL Pet of the Week: Meet Baxter http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2436-dcl-pet-of-the-week-meet-baxter http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2436-dcl-pet-of-the-week-meet-baxter DCL Pet of the Week: Meet Baxter
Meet Baxter! He is a male German Shepherd/terrier mix, and he's this week's Humane Society of West Alabama's Pet of the Week!
Baxter is a good size dog, weighing around 45 pounds, which is full grown. He has a thick brown and black coat with the body of a shepherd or lab. 

He is a nice dog with an even temperament. He is friendly and social with a rather calm personality. He would make a great walking/jogging partner, but he also enjoys his quiet time in the house with his person. 
 
Baxter is too big for an apartment and needs a fenced-in yard to run around in and have plenty of room to exercise. He seems to get along well with other dogs and walks well on the leash. He also rides well in the car!
 
 Baxter should be fine with children 8 and up. He has started his crate training.  

Baxter is up to date on his vet care, will be neutered prior to adoption, heartworm negative and is microchipped. He is on heartworm and flea/tick prevention. 
 
Is Baxter your new forever friend?
 
Please call 205-554-0011 or visit humanesocietyofwa.org to request an appointment to meet the available animals.

 

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To Do: Theatre Tuscaloosa Presents "Once Upon a Mattress" http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2435-to-do-theatre-tuscaloosa-presents-once-upon-a-mattress http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2435-to-do-theatre-tuscaloosa-presents-once-upon-a-mattress To Do: Theatre Tuscaloosa Presents

Wanna play a game of charades? Four words. Six syllables. Category is musicals. Don't worry; the Minstrel and the Jester will help you out! Here's a sneak peek of some of the cast from our upcoming production, Once Upon a Mattress, which runs through Sunday, July 22 at Shelton State's Bean-Brown Theatre.

King Sextimus the Silent, played by Brent Jones, is stricken by a curse that can only be broken "when the mouse devours the hawk." The Minstrel and the Jester, played by Bradley Logan and Colton Crowe respectively, join forces to interpret the king and help save the kingdom.

This funny and irreverent musical is Broadway's retelling of "The Princess and the Pea." When Winnifred the Woebegone arrives at Prince Dauntless the Drab's castle hoping to win his hand, his overbearing mother, Queen Agravain, invents a test that only a true princess can hope to pass. Filled with songs, laughter, and romance, this is the perfect summer musical for the whole family!

Performance Dates:

Friday, July 13 - 7:30 pm

Saturday, July 14 - 7:30 pm

Sunday, July 15 - 2:00 pm

Wednesday, July 18 - 2:00 pm

Thursday, July 19 - 7:30 pm

Friday, July 20 - 7:30 pm

Saturday, July 21 - 2:00 pm

Sunday, July 22 - 2:00 pm

Get Your Tickets Here: theatretusc.com

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Nominations Open for Northport Citizen of the Year http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2432-nominations-open-for-northport-citizen-of-the-year http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2432-nominations-open-for-northport-citizen-of-the-year (From left): Rafael Alvarez, Michael Holt, Billy Curington, Judy Holland, and Ruby Battle were honored at the annual Northport Citizen of the Year ceremony on Oct. 3. Holland was named 2017's Northport Citizen of the Year.

The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama is seeking nominations for the Northport Citizen of the Year.

The purpose of the award is to recognize achievements made by Northport citizens involved in making Northport a better community, and nominees will be judged on the outstanding contributions they have made to benefit the general welfare or growth of the city.

The awards ceremony, held in October, will also include special awards in the categories of business, education, historian/pioneer and religion.

Nominations may be made by a civic, social, educational, business or religious group, or by an individual resident of Northport, and up to two letters of recommendation may be included. The nominee must have been a legal resident of Northport for five years, and must currently reside in Northport.

The nominee must have made a significant contribution to the civic, social, religious, political and/or community growth of Northport outside his/her related job or elected responsibilities. The recipient will be selected by secret ballot of a blind voting committee.

The deadline for nominations is August 3, 2018.

To nominate someone for Northport Citizen of the Year, click here.

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DCL Photo of the Month: Miss Tuscaloosa, Callie Walker, Crowned Miss Alabama 2018 http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2431-dcl-photo-of-the-month-miss-tuscaloosa-callie-walker-crowned-miss-alabama-2018 http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2431-dcl-photo-of-the-month-miss-tuscaloosa-callie-walker-crowned-miss-alabama-2018 Callie Walker is crowned Miss Alabama on June 9, 2018.

Callie Walker, a former Miss University of Alabama and Miss Tuscaloosa 2018, is the new Miss Alabama. She was crowned by Tuscaloosa native and Miss Alabama 2017 Jessica Procter on June 9 at Samford University. 

The 20-year-old Walker is a Birmingham native. She currently attends the University of Alabama, where she is majoring in musical theatre. Walker’s mother, Angela Tower Walker, was crowned Miss Alabama in 1985. 

As Miss Alabama, Walker will go on to represent the state in the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey in September.

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Tuscaloosa Resident Receives Veteran of the Year Award http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2430-tuscaloosa-resident-receives-veteran-of-the-year-award http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2430-tuscaloosa-resident-receives-veteran-of-the-year-award Larry Snyder, Tuscaloosa native and recipient of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) Veteran of the Year Award,

Tuscaloosa Native Larry Snyder received the 2018 Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) Veteran of the Year Award at the Alabama State Convention of the VVA.

The award is presented to a VVA member whose leadership and community service improves the life of veterans.

Snyder is the president of the Tuscaloosa VVA Chapter 301. Under his leadership, his chapter has collected and donated over $40,000 to veterans during the past two years.

Last Christmas, VVA Chapter 301 conducted a food program that benefitted 275 needy veterans and their families. His group donated countless hours to help veterans’ families in distress. They supported the American Legion Honor Guard, a veteran organization that provides military honors to deceased veterans. VVA Chapter 301 supported the Army Junior ROTC program at Hillcrest High School in Tuscaloosa.

The award will be formally presented to Snyder on November 11, at the Annual Veterans Day Parade in Birmingham.

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CSP Spotlight: The Benefits of Breastfeeding http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/family/item/2429-csp-spotlight-the-benefits-of-breastfeeding http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/family/item/2429-csp-spotlight-the-benefits-of-breastfeeding CSP Spotlight: The Benefits of Breastfeeding

To breastfeed or use formula is one of the first decisions you'll make as a parent (but it definitely won't be your last). No matter which choice you decide to make, it's always worth exploring your options, and the purpose of today's post is to help you explore all the amazing benefits of breastfeeding specifically. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, breastfeeding gives newborns the ideal amount of proteins, vitamins, and antibodies that allow them to grow. Keep reading to see the seven top benefits of breastfeeding that every parent should know about. Some may even surprise you.

  1. It prevents illness - Breastfeeding doesn't just benefit a child's health while they are nursing—the effects carry on throughout their lives. A 2010 study found that breastfeeding prevents childhood health issues like ear infections, stomach viruses, diabetes, and leukemia.
  2. The baby weight comes off faster - Have you ever noticed that parents who carry and then breastfeed drop their baby weight much faster than those who don't? That's because when you're nursing, you're actually burning calories. "Breast milk contains 20 calories per ounce," says OB/GYN Ruth A. Lawrence, MD, a professor of pediatrics. "If you feed your baby 20 ounces a day, that's 400 calories you've swept out of your body."
  3. You'll learn to read baby's cues - Parents learn to read their little ones' cues in many ways, and one of them can be through breastfeeding. When you breastfeed, you have to rely on signs that your baby is getting enough food. This will foster interaction between parent and baby, providing a bond that you'll have way past infancy.
  4. It's convenient - When you're not pumping, breastfeeding can prove easier than other methods of feeding a new baby. Breast milk is ready to go from the source, without the need to mix or heat anything.
  5. It decreases your child's chances of obesity - Research has shown that nursing for any period of time lowers your child’s chances of adolescent or adult obesity by 15% to 30%.
  6. It fights postpartum depression - Postpartum depression affects a whopping one in seven new moms. The serious condition can leave new mothers mentally crippled and unable to care for their child. Research has shown, however, that carrying parents who breastfeed have a lower chance of getting PPD.
  7. It may make baby smarter - Although no official conclusions have been made, some believe that children who were breastfed have higher IQ scores when they grow up. The thought process is that there are fatty acids only found in breast milk that increase a child's brain function. Others think that the touch between parent and child stimulates the brain.

Community Service Programs of West Alabama (CSP), Inc.’s Head Start/Early Head Start, Child Care Partnership, and Early Intervention programs engage families and encourage healthy lifestyle choices. Safe and healthy children are ready to learn and explore their world.

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DCL Weekly: Community Calendar of Events http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2428-dcl-weekly-community-calendar-of-events http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2428-dcl-weekly-community-calendar-of-events DCL Weekly: Community Calendar of Events

Here’s wishing all our Druid City Living readers a great week, filled with all kinds of outstanding local events. Get out, get involved, and above all else: Have fun!

And remember: If you’d like to have your event added to our online weekly calendar, just email us at editor@druidcitymedia.com. We’re happy to add anything you’d like to announce.

Enjoy your week, T-Town.

Live at the Plaza: Fridays in July, 6-9 p.m. Government Plaza, downtown Tuscaloosa. The City of Tuscaloosa is once again hosting musical acts as part of this series. The concerts are free, and the atmosphere is family-friendly. Bands playing this month include The Kemistry Project, Alabama Blues Project, Earl “Guitar” Williams, Corey Nolan, Plato Jones, Tim Few, and Sweet Home Symphony. 

Kids Clay Camps at Kentuck: Now through July 26, Kentuck Art Center, Northport. Registration is now open for July Kids Clay Camps at Kentuck. Classes for 6-8-year-olds and ages 9+, with multiple summer sessions. For more information, call (205) 758-1257 or email eskinner@kentuck.org.  

OLLI@UA Bonus Courses Presents “Butterflies”: July 9, 3:15-4:30 p.m. Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa. Enjoy a presentation, including many pictures taken by instructor Rita Yessick. The class will be discussing general information about butterflies, local butterflies, and providing tips and tricks to attract them, including what flowers and plants will bring them into your garden! If time and interest allow, we may also delve into hummingbirds. For more information, visit olli.ua.edu.

Alabama Blues Week: July 9-15. Events and classes are planned throughout Tuscaloosa, including Government Plaza, the Moody Music Building, and the Bryant Conference Center. Events include free blues performances, master classes and sessions led by blues and music industry musicians, as well as UA faculty. For more information, visit alabamablues.org

OLLI@UA Bonus Courses Presents “Another Tuscaloosa Hidden Gem”: July 10, Noon to 1:15 p.m. Hotel Capstone, Tuscaloosa. Presenter: Betty Slowe. The founder of the Tuscaloosa Area Virtual Museum discusses the formation of a new museum, in which you, too, can be a part. For more information, visit olli.ua.edu.

Chamber Business After Hours: July 10, 5-7 p.m. Courtyard Marriott, Tuscaloosa. For more information, visit tuscaloosachamber.com. 

Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society’s Summer Lecture Series: July 12, 5:15-6:30 p.m. Jemison Van de Graaff Mansion, downtown Tuscaloosa. Dr. Martin Olliff, Troy University historian, will discuss the effects of the Great War (World War I) on the state of Alabama – both during and after the war. Cost: $5 per person; free for Preservation Society members. For more information, visit HistoricTuscaloosa.org or call (205) 758-2238.

Theatre Tuscaloosa Presents “Once Upon a Mattress:” July 12-22, Bean-Brown Theatre, Shelton State Community College, Tuscaloosa. This funny and irreverent musical is Broadway's retelling of "The Princess and the Pea." Filled with songs, laughter, and romance, this is a summer musical for the whole family. For show times and to purchase tickets, visit theatretusc.com or call the Theatre Tuscaloosa Box Office at (205) 391-2277. 

Inspect Insects at CHOM: July 14, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Children’s Hands-On Museum, downtown Tuscaloosa. Examine specimens from all over the world, make a bug hat, and decorate a bug. For more information, visit chomonline.org or call (205) 349-4235. 

Midtown Village “Screen on the Green”: Saturdays, July 14-Aug. 11, 8 p.m. on the Green at Midtown Village. This free summer film series features great kids’ movies. Bring blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy. For more information, visit midtownvillagetuscaloosa.com.  

Upcoming

OLLI@UA Bonus Courses Presents “Enjoying Baltic Cruises with Family”: July 17, Noon to 1:15 p.m. Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa. In 1997, presenter Ronald Houts took their first Baltic cruise. Sixteen years later, their grandsons went with them. For more information, visit olli.ua.edu.

Bama Art House Films Summer Series Presents “The Insult”: July 17, 7:30 p.m. Bama Theatre, downtown Tuscaloosa. Box office opens at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call (205) 758-5195 or visit bamatheatre.org. 

Mr. Pig Goes to the Zone: July 20, 6 to 9 p.m. North Zone of Bryant-Denny Stadium. Proceeds from this annual event support efforts to improve quality of life for those diagnosed with cancer. Tickets: $25 ($40 for couples). Tickets are available for purchase at the door, local Piggly Wiggly locations, and online at eventbrite.com/e/mr-pig-goes-to-the-zone-tickets-47152235606.  

Super Shark Saturday at CHOM: July 21, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Children’s Hands-On Museum, downtown Tuscaloosa. Learn about great white sharks, make your own “pet” shark, play shark-themed games, and listen to shark tales. For more information, visit chomonline.org or call (205) 349-4235. 

OLLI@UA Bonus Courses Presents “Exercise for An Aging Population”: July 24, Noon to 1:15 p.m. Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa. Presenter Kevin Coleman explains what happens to the body over time. See the benefits of exercise to decrease the effects of aging. For more information, visit olli.ua.edu.

Caregiver Café Summer Speaker Series: July 24, 6 p.m. Morning Pointe of Tuscaloosa (1801 Rice Mine Road North). This monthly educational seminar is “Caring for the Caregiver – Taking Care of You While Caring for Others.” For more information, call 205-345-1112. 

OLLI@UA Bonus Courses Presents “From Suits to Shrimp”: July 31, Noon to 1:15 p.m. Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa. Presenter: Lee Stegall. One man’s adventure of changing careers midstream and bringing along his family for the “ride.” For more information, visit olli.ua.edu.

Ongoing

Bama Art House Films Summer Series: Tuesdays through July 17 (No screening on July 3), 7:30 p.m. Box office opens at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call (205) 758-5195 or visit bamatheatre.org/bamaarthouse. 

Tuscaloosa Farmer’s Market: Saturdays, 7 a.m.-noon.; Tuesdays 3-6 p.m. Tuscaloosa River Market, 1900 Jack Warner Blvd, Tuscaloosa. Shop for fresh produce, grass fed beef, baked goods, cheeses and more. Buy fresh, buy local. For more information, visit tuscaloosarivermarket.com or call (205) 248-5295. 

Northport Farmer’s Market: Saturdays, 6 a.m. to noon, 4150 5th Street, Northport. For more information, visit npfarmersmarket.com. 

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DCL Pet of the Week: Meet Sandra http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2426-dcl-pet-of-the-week-meet-sandra http://druidcityliving.com/index.php/community/item/2426-dcl-pet-of-the-week-meet-sandra DCL Pet of the Week: Meet Sandra

Sandra is a 3-year-old, sweet tempered female tabby, and she's this week's Humane Society of West Alabama's Pet of the Week!

 
She has a beautiful coat that is a mix of orange tabby and white. Most orange tabbies are male, so she is unique. She loves attention (especially head scratches!) and treats.
 
She loves to greet you when you enter the room. One of Sandra's favorite things to do is play with strings and/or cat wands. She loves her playtime, but relaxing somewhere high is perfectly fine, too! 
 
Sandra gets along well with other cats. She is negative for FIV and FeLK, current on vaccinations and spayed.
 
Visit Sandra and the other cats and kittens at the HSWA Cat Adoption Center on Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Otherwise, please call 205-554-0011 or visit humanesocietyofwa.org to request an appointment to meet the available animals.
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