P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Heather Minew - 21 Apr 2006
We can not thank you enough for letting Lucky into our family! He is such a sweet cat!! We absolutely wonderful and adjusted automatically!
Thank you also for your time, and treating us wonderfully. I am very sure we will be taking you up on that second kitty offer! As well as we will be by to lend a helping hand.
Thank you very very much again for everything.
Heather Minew & children
I know I wrote to you already today thanking you so much for allowing Lucky to become part of our family. He is sitting here in the same chair as me now! He adjusted like there was nothing to it - like he belonged here. Even the dogs are getting over their curiosity and welcoming him! He is just the biggest friendliest lover cat we have ever had!
The reason I am writing to you again tonight ( I have been surfing through your site), I know my children and I offered to come volunteer and help out with the cats, but I have another offer for you as well.
I do art work, (acrylic painting & Tiffany style stained glass) and would love to make and donate a few items for your shop with the proceed's going to help care for your animals. You have such a wonderful place, and are doing such a beautiful job. I would like to help you out anyway I can.
Please let me know. Again, we thank you so much for this awesome little guy and wish you and the animals the "bestest" of luck!
Heather Minew & children
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