P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Suki--whom we renamed Asey (adopted 9/26/09) is doing very well. He was neutered yesterday and he is growing very fast. He loves to play and eat and his new enjoyment is putting his favorite toys in his water bowl. He was ill for a while but is now well again. We are very happy to have him! He has a great personality and behaves like a typical Siamese. When we first got him he was very quiet and rarely meowed, now you can't shut him up.
Thank you for being there for Suki and his sister.
Ironically his sister Sulu was adopted by someone who works with my wife Ann.
Terry & Ann Novicki.
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