P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Doug - 8 January 2008
This letter is from Doug , who surrendered Endora to Animalkind due to the landlord's request of "no cats allowed". The landlord's request meant Endora would have lived outside, in the cold and snow, Doug's family could not do that.
Doug and his family were heartbroken when they had to give Endora up. Endora was adopted into a loving family last weekend and we notified Doug that Endora now has a great new home. Here is his letter;
Subject: Re: Endora
Wow, that's great, I only wish Icould have gotten up there to see her one last time but I think it's better this way. It's hard because my days off from work are Tuesdays and Wednesdays so getting up there takes planning. I'm really glad she found a home and I trust you totally in regards to who adopts your cats. We do miss her and I'm still sad that all this happened like this but I still think it would have been selfish to try to keep her in this situation. I'm sure she's happy, I know how affectionate she can be and I'm sure the family she is with will take good care of her. Your place, Animalkind, and what you do is amazing, really. You speak for those animals and you are a blessing. I am so grateful for what you have done for us during this trying time. With all we are going through, knowing that Endora is taken care of means the world to all of us and for that I want to say thanks. If you ever hear from the people who took Endora and feel like dropping me an email to let me know how she is I'd really appreciate it. Thanks again and God bless you. I'll keep in touch.
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