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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 Jo-Ann - 10 April 2002

Dear Linda

I am really sorry about Boris. I read your account and I can imagine how awful you felt.

I just want to say that I really feel for you and it can't be easy making the decision you did.  I respect the process and I think that vet is a major asshole for making it so difficult.

As for the heart stick you mention, they aren't supposed to do that anymore.  Some vets are in it for the money just as some doctors are.  I find there are more and more of them.  

I hope things will ease up for you and the pain won't be as acute.

I wish you the best.

Toronto, Canada

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