P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Dear Katrin and all at Animalkind,
Hello to you all, we hope all is well. I apologize for taking so long write to you. We have been so delighted to have our kittens. Sox, formerly Piro, has been such a terrific people cat. He is always at the door to greet us.
He had quite an episode in November as he swallowed a metal stretchy string and it wrapped around his esophagus and some was in his stomach. The South Street Vet referred us to Springfield Boston Animal Hospital and heavy Bariums cleared it up. It was a scary ordeal. The string came from a toy made by the "Paws Company". Anyway, he recovered nicely and is doing great. Sox has become so attached to us and we to him.
Manny, formerly known as Winston, is just the purrfect cool cat and nothing faces him.He is a LOVE and likes to be a lap cat. He loves to snuggle with Sprout, formerly TinyBaby. I am ever so thankful that I gave her the third chance and it really was the charm. She is so cute and just takes care of the boys all the time with licking ad more licking. They all play so well together. We have many laughs with her antics.
They have a grand life here with us. Katrin, I just want to let you know that we admire so very much your dedication and big heart that you give to your shelter and all it's kitties. You are wonderful person and we appreciate all you and your staff do.
We love our gang-they give us so much happiness! Many thanks from all of us! Keep up the good work!
Nancy, Sam, Sprout, Sox and Manny.
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