P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Dear Everyone At Animalkind:
I have to say, without a doubt, Avery is the best cat we have ever owned. His unique personality and loving behavior towards humans and other cats is unlike any we have ever seen.
I was notified about three weeks ago by an animal rescue in Point Pleasant Beach,NJ, that they had a siamese kitten that needed a home. He was 4 months old, very shy, and needed extra love and attention preferably from other cats in the home. Noticing Avery's desire to "mother" the other cats in our home, we though it would be a good match. Avery took to the kitten, about a third his size, right away playing gently under my supervision. Avery now treats the kitten as if it were his own giving him a full bath about twice a day and guarding the kitten from even an occasional sniff from the other cats.
My grandson is here from Florida and for the last two nights has been running a fever and not feeling well. Every morning Avery is right at his side, sleeping as close to him as possible. My grandson, age three, loved animals until 6 mos ago he was bitten by a dog at a local shelter. He still has a scar on his left hip from the incident and became fearful of our cats because of it. That is until he saw Avery. At first he was afraid of Avery's size but after only one day, now gives Avery kisses on his head before bed and when he wakes up.
I do hope Avery lives a long, long life. He will be irreplaceable.
Love, Cindee Piccola.
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