National Save A Tiger Month on September, 2018: What should I write about for.?

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What should I write about for...?

-A girl is raised on a farm, and is disgusted with the horrendous ways they treat animals. In efforts to try and save the animals, she had no idea her story would go nation-wide.

-A couple are driving in the snowy wilderness with their baby daughter when the car crashes. The girl is the only one left alive when a pack of wolves come across the wreckage. The animals take the infant and raise her as their own. But as she grows up, she begins to notice she's different from them.

-A teen girl is in a car with her family when it crashes. Left with no family, and blind, she finds herself in an orphanage, and finds an unlikely friend. A stray dog, that shows her the value of life again.

-A girl wonders away from her village and is attacked by a tiger. But just when she though it was all over, another tiger saves her, but gets wounded in the process. She wants to help the creature, but can't on her own. But she knows her village will skin it alive if they found it.

-A cat and a dog try to get along when a mouse comes into the mix.

-A girl can't stop adopting cats and becomes an animal hoarder, and as the story unfolds, so does her dark past.

-A girl lives in a town where Blue Jays are mysteriously dying all over the place. It's up to her to reveal the cure, even if it's at the cost of her own life.

-A girl is the president of an animal rights club, and goes head-to-head against the meat-eaters club.

-A girl's dog leads her to a magical forest.

Hope I gave you some ideas!

Good Luck! :D

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Who is the best MLB team going into the 2007 season?And Why?

Who is the best MLB team going into the 2007 season?And Why?

Right now there are four maybe five teams that seem pretty strong headed into 2007.

In the American League the Yankees, Red Sox and Tigers all appear to be stocked and ready for solid runs at the AL pennant in '07.

Both the Yankees and Red Sox did their best to improve both their front-end rotations as well as their bullpens this offseason. The Yankees are hampered by the question marks surrounding the back end of the rotation and dominance of late innings set-up men. Rivera can't pitch two and three inning saves anymore, so if the 7th and 8th inning patrol can't get it done, the Yankees will suffer.

The Red Sox biggest question mark lies in the closer position. Theo Epstein addressed just about every other major concern the team had headed into this season by adding a top of the line shortstop and a solid corner outfielder and bat (pending physical). However, I still think the team should have thrown down a little more money to acquire either Eric Gagne or retain Keith Foulke. But as Jon Papelbon proved last year a team can survive on an unproven closer. The other interesting piece of the puzzle will be how Matsazuka does in the American League East. If he proves to be worth every penny, the Sox could be a serious threat to win another title. If he fizzles, at least the rotation is deep with Jon Lester and a crop of young arms waiting in the wings.

The Tigers retain primarily the same squad that cobbled together a very impressive and surprising 2006. The only difference to the offense is the addition, yes, ADDITION of Gary Sheffield. As if this team's offense wasn't potent enough in 2006, adding a Hall of Fame bat like Sheffield's can only further the Tigers chances of reigning in the AL once again. The back end of the bullpen took a few hits and Todd Jones is just another year older, but the rest of the squad looks very, very solid.

In the rather weak National League only two teams currently stand above the rest in my opinion the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Mets kept primarily the same team intact that was one inning away from the World Series a few months ago. They swapped out a gimpy Cliff Floyd for an aging Moises Alou and lost a few pieces of the dominant bullpen, but gained some of it right back by swapping highly touted Brian Bannister for Ambroix Burgos from the Royals. I'd expect the Mets to walk away with the NL East again. Especially if Oliver Perez regains his fire of 2004 and Glavine and El Duque are able to put together solid seasons as well.

The Dodgers were good last year, good enough to work their way into the playoffs as the Wild Card. This season they've only improved. They retained much of the same personel only losing notables JD Drew and Julio Lugo. However, Jeff Kent should be healthy in 2007, which would be a boon to the offense and the team will have a revitalized Luis Gonzalez in LF for the season. The already solid pitching staff was only improved by the addition of new staff ace Jason Schmidt. Expect the Dodgers to pace the Padres for much of the season and pull away in the second half.

Beyond those five teams no one else appears to have made any moves that put them above and beyond the competition.

Which team do you think will be the most improved team over last season this year?

Which team do you think will be the most improved team over last season this year?

Right now there are four maybe five teams that seem pretty strong headed into 2007.

In the American League the Yankees, Red Sox and Tigers all appear to be stocked and ready for solid runs at the AL pennant in '07.

Both the Yankees and Red Sox did their best to improve both their front-end rotations as well as their bullpens this offseason. The Yankees are hampered by the question marks surrounding the back end of the rotation and dominance of late innings set-up men. Rivera can't pitch two and three inning saves anymore, so if the 7th and 8th inning patrol can't get it done, the Yankees will suffer.

The Red Sox biggest question mark lies in the closer position. Theo Epstein addressed just about every other major concern the team had headed into this season by adding a top of the line shortstop and a solid corner outfielder and bat (pending physical). However, I still think the team should have thrown down a little more money to acquire either Eric Gagne or retain Keith Foulke. But as Jon Papelbon proved last year a team can survive on an unproven closer. The other interesting piece of the puzzle will be how Matsazuka does in the American League East. If he proves to be worth every penny, the Sox could be a serious threat to win another title. If he fizzles, at least the rotation is deep with Jon Lester and a crop of young arms waiting in the wings.

The Tigers retain primarily the same squad that cobbled together a very impressive and surprising 2006. The only difference to the offense is the addition, yes, ADDITION of Gary Sheffield. As if this team's offense wasn't potent enough in 2006, adding a Hall of Fame bat like Sheffield's can only further the Tigers chances of reigning in the AL once again. The back end of the bullpen took a few hits and Todd Jones is just another year older, but the rest of the squad looks very, very solid.

In the rather weak National League only two teams currently stand above the rest in my opinion the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Mets kept primarily the same team intact that was one inning away from the World Series a few months ago. They swapped out a gimpy Cliff Floyd for an aging Moises Alou and lost a few pieces of the dominant bullpen, but gained some of it right back by swapping highly touted Brian Bannister for Ambroix Burgos from the Royals. I'd expect the Mets to walk away with the NL East again. Especially if Oliver Perez regains his fire of 2004 and Glavine and El Duque are able to put together solid seasons as well.

The Dodgers were good last year, good enough to work their way into the playoffs as the Wild Card. This season they've only improved. They retained much of the same personel only losing notables JD Drew and Julio Lugo. However, Jeff Kent should be healthy in 2007, which would be a boon to the offense and the team will have a revitalized Luis Gonzalez in LF for the season. The already solid pitching staff was only improved by the addition of new staff ace Jason Schmidt. Expect the Dodgers to pace the Padres for much of the season and pull away in the second half.

Beyond those five teams no one else appears to have made any moves that put them above and beyond the competition.

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