A number of Washington area journalists expressed their feelings about Superstorm Sandy last night by venting about animals. Lisa De Pasquale, a conservative writer based in Alexandria, Va., expressed outrage early on in the day. “I can’t believe the local news has to remind people to bring their pets in during the storm,” she wrote on Twitter. “I hate people.”
“OVER IT,” screamed Politico‘s Kate Nocerra in all-caps, posting a picture of her cat (pictured here).
And Bryan Sears, assistant regional editor and Baltimore County government and politics reporter for Patch.com, remarked, “Sam, my Golden, has had enough of Hurricane Sandy.” (Sam is pictured here.)
HuffPost Blog Editor Erin Ruberry, meanwhile, displayed her pet amid the storm. “Kitten + hot chocolate = how to wait out #Frankenstorm #Sandy,” she wrote. (Her kitten is pictured below.)
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