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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 Romie - 9 April 2002

Linda:

How terrible!!!!  That is unconscionable!  I feel so badly for you, Linda. 

Thank you so much for sharing this with us.  I have had to make this most difficult decision so many times, it seems, for my "babies" and I have never thought to question if they were "really" gone.  I can't think of a case where I didn't "feel" them leave.  I will never forget your ordeal.  Thank you again.

Romie

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