Animals In Print
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From 4 April 2002 Issue
Personal Tragedy, Losing Boris
As you see I heard about what happened from v.v. I cannot tell you what I feel 'cause I feel too much. I know, since I had to be brave and strong also and help my late doge to "sleep". If you want to talk I'm here for you. I cannot tell you more its too painful.
(19 April 2002)
My sorrow and prayers are with you. Blessings to your beloved Boris.
(10 April 2002)
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