P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Christine - 4 Oct 2006
I wanted to let you know how Scooby and Tiger-Tiger are doing. They both did great when we got them home and are doing well getting adjusted to 2 other cats and a very large dog! Scooby seems to be making a move to advance to the top of the hierarchy now, and Tiger is low key, I think because of his walking handicap, he is content relaxing most of the time.
Of course our dog just wants to get a good sniff of them both to say hello and they've actually let him get quite close!
Well, it was a pleasure to see what you all do up at AnimalKind, we were truly amazed!
Be well and please let Sandy, Chip, and anyone else that takes care of the cats know these two friends are happy and adjusting well.
Thanks so much!
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