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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

From 4 April 2002 Issue

Readers Responses to:
Personal Tragedy, Losing Boris

Letter From Jan - 9 April 2002

Dear Linda,

I know how you feel at this time, and I wish I could bring you some relief in your pain.

The veterinarian's failure to provide proper care and his lack of concern and compassion is inexcusable. To bring your case to the court might be the only way to prevent him from hurting other animals.

Be consoled by the thought that you gave Boris the best life he could ever have.

Yours sincerely,
Jan

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