The Daily Knight #49 – Rogue One Trailer #2 Review, Help Save Tryne

The Daily Knight #49 – Rogue One Trailer #2 Review, Help Save Tryne

The Daily Knight #49 – Rogue One Trailer #2 Review, Help Save Tryne

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Rogue One Trailer #2

When Star Wars first came out in 1977, it was the movie about underdogs, about victory against all odds, the rebellion against what was popular and trendy. All the nerds and geeks and fringe dwellers and outliers gravitated toward Star Wars because it raised up the underdog. And then Star Wars got so big that it wasn’t for the underdog anymore.

This movie feels like a return to that original idea, of overcoming odds, of being the underdog. Of doing what’s right instead of what’s popular, or doing things out of fear of failing or dying.

Jyn Erso said: “We have hope. Rebellions are built on hope.” And then Donnie Yen’s character, Chirrut Imwe, smiled.

Help Save Tryne’s Life

Hi folks, sorry to bother you with this but right now there’s no real choice except to super promote this. In addition to promoting Making Biscuits Cat Rescue on The Daily Knight podcasts, I’ve also been (frantically) trying to raise money to help pay for their vet bills by selling items on eBay, whatever ways I could think of. I’ve already given thousands of dollars of my own income to help out, but the recent prolonged heatwave that’s finally almost over has taken its toll on the cats and kittens in the rescue. We’ve already lost 2 cats this past summer and we’re in danger of losing another one. I’m literally tapped out of money, so that’s why I’m posting this wherever I can. If you can, please help, but I totally understand if you’re strapped also.

One way you can help WITHOUT spending a penny is through the Amazon Smile program, where Amazon will donate a percentage of its profits to a charity of your choice. Here’s the link:

Just choose Making Biscuits Cat Rescue as your charity, and you don’t have to do anything else. Just go to first when you make an order, and Amazon will take care of the rest.

Making Biscuits Cat Rescue home page:

My eBay page:


Donate to Making Biscuits Cat Rescue

If you enjoyed this and want to donate to a good cause, please consider sending a PayPal gift of any amount to Making Biscuits Cat Rescue. Even if you donate JUST ONE DOLLAR, that dollar will buy a can of food that a rescuer can feed a stray cat, or help get the cat in a humane trap so it can be taken to an animal hospital to be checked out medically and spayed/neutered. Just one dollar will help prevent unnecessary kittens being born and help with controlling overpopulation. If you give just one dollar, you’ll feel good about yourself. Promise.

About Making Biscuits Cat Rescue

Making Biscuits is a cat rescue started in June of 2009 in an effort to humanely reduce the overpopulation of stray and feral cats. Adoptable cats are spayed/neutered, defleaed, dewormed, vaccinated, microchipped, given veterinary care including, when necessary, seen by a veterinary specialist (i.e., dental, eye, etc.), fed premium food and loved immensely. Making Biscuits feels very strongly about the role nutrition plays in the long-term health of our cats and whenever possible, educates pet owners. We advocate spay and neuter and often help people in the Long Beach and surrounding areas with their own pets as well as strays by loaning traps and cages, humanely trapping, defleaing/deworming, teaching bottle feeding, providing information about area clinics, veterinarians, behaviorists and all other aspects of cat parenting.

If you’re on Amazon, you can also send Making Biscuits a gift from their wish list:

Or go here and select “Making Biscuits Cat Rescue” as your charity of choice (it costs you NOTHING, Amazon will donate a % of THEIR profits to the charity):


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