P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Bonnie and Bethany Knight - 11 May 2004
Just a note to let you know that Schnoozer (now called Honeybear) is adjusting very well here. We tried to keep him in one room on his first day, but he couldn't be contained. His endless curiosity kept him going all night! He even gets along with the dogs (though it took him a little while to figure out that they were friendly).
He has his own window staked out where he can watch the birds! He's working out here better than expected and we are glad that we adopted him! He has a healthy kitty check-up on the 17th and we will keep you updated and send pics!
Thank you for your work in rescuing cats and helping unite us with our Honeybear!
Bonnie and Bethany Knight
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