P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Kathryn Rosenfield - 22 April 2005
Just wanted to send an update on the status "Duffy", who I adopted in November of 2003-- now renamed "Vivian Leigh", she is absolutely the most fabulous, elegant, and loving cat and I can't imagine how I ever lived without her! She is the perfect companion and has adjusted beautifully to life in the city, including trips back upstate on the Metro-North train (she's a great traveler and sleeps on my lap all the way to Poughkeepsie) .
I'm so happy to have had the opportunity to adopt an older kitty in need of a home. The fact that Vivian is still friendly and loves people after having spent time in a shelter speaks volumes to the quality of the care that you give your animals. Thank you!
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