Small quakes are pretty normal to us here in California. My town sits right on a fault line so a lot of little shakers come our way, especially during weird weather changes during the off seasons of spring and fall. At least that's what I've observed.
I haven't yet lived to see anything that could do more than knock a shaky object off a shelf, and kinda hope not to, lol...I admit they do feel cool, when they're the rolling kind. The jerking kind just make you wanna wet your pants sometimes hahaha
I just brought this pretty little lady home last night:
Her name is Arrow and she's four years old and has lived at a cat house since she was a tiny kitten. It's gonna be awhile for her to adjust to this kind of change, but I'm sure she'll be happy once she settles in. The cat people come into my work (at Petco) every weekend and I've been admiring her for a long time, and just finally got to adopt her, so I'm happy! Just had to share, lol
My mare is doing fabulously in her new home, though! She settled in within a day, pretty much. We've been having so much fun lately! She's just such a joy. Look at that good girl!