P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Carli Gazoorian - 27 August 2007
Hello everyone at AnimalKind,
I just wanted to let you know that the kitten is great. I spoke to Sydney about a possible umbilical hernia and I brought Runo (my daughter named him), to the vet today and that is what it is. No worries. Runo is doing really well. His cold is completely gone and he is running around and eating A LOT... Thank you again for meeting me with the meds.
I attached a pic of Sasha and and Runo... They are buddies. You are doing a wonderful job.
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