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Animalkind, Inc.
P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534

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From Richard Lubot - 18 February 2005

Katrin

You will be happy to know that I had both of the kittens fixed, per my promise. Both seem to be doing fine. They went to the Vet on Tuesday and I picked them up on Wednesday morning. Apparently, I could have taken Caster, the male, home on Tuesday, but, as they are a pair, the hospital was willing to keep them both together overnight.  (To enlarge the photo of Caster, click on the photo or link)

BTW, the veterinarian to who I took them, Animal Medical Hospital of Northern Vermont, Dr. Stevenson, seems to realize the problem which existed with too many unwanted cats and dogs. His rate was most fair, $30.00 for Caster and $50.00 for Pollux. There are some things that vets should be doing without thought of profit. Certainly, it is important that all cats and dogs, which people are not planning to bred, should be neutered and if, vets have to encourage this by lowering there fees, c'est la vie.

Both seem to be doing fine, eating and playing some. Of course, Caster is faring a bit better, but, while Pollux is sleeping a bit more than normal, she too, is doing great. I have included some pictures of the two of them, along with their friends. Thank you, again. (To enlarge the photo of Pollux, click on the photo or link)

Richard

Richard Lubot

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Animalkind Inc.is a not-for-profit welfare, protection, rescue, rights organization dedicated to the  compassionate care and humane population control of abandoned, feral and stray cats in Hudson, New York (Columbia County) and the surrounding area.  We promote non-lethal  prevention of an unwanted litter or litters of kittens through trap, spay, neuter, release (return), (tnr, TNR).  An altered cat or kitten is released into a managed colony. Felines living in such colonies are assured kind daily care.  Adoption to  homes providing love and care for cats and kittens is encouraged.   We also provide low or no cost spaying and neutering assistance to low income pet owners and help increase public awareness and education through the media, special events, and publications to promote compassion, respect, and kindness towards all animals.  (d-46)


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