Date: March 25, 2013, 5:01 p.m.
Location: Chester Avenue near 47th Street
The Story: My partner is a dumpster diver. In our West/Southwest Philadelphia neighborhood, the old Victorian houses are often in states of renovation and demolition. Yes, we look in dumpsters, and often my partner will come home with recovered treasures in an unfortunate state of neglect, giving them a new, long-lasting life. Here lies Mummy, a cat found wedged between drywall, old floor joists and other disposed pieces of a home. We can only assume what kind of existence she had, but I honor her life here in the pages of this paper. Mummy has no stench and no fur, and every bone is perfectly intact.
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