Animals In Print
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From 4 April 2002 Issue
Personal Tragedy, Losing Boris
Letter from Sandi - 10 April 2002
I am so sorry to hear about Boris and what you both went through. It is bad enough to have to put your beloved pet to sleep (as I know from experience). To go through what you went through is horrible. Your account of this was eye opening. I hate to say this but the vet sounds like a jerk.
I hope you find peace with this soon, I know it takes a long time. Boris is resting peacefully now and he knows how much you loved him.
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