P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
From Elizabeth Stroter - 6 Jan 2004
Hope your trip and holidays were fun. Happy New Year!
I have set up an appointment with "Kingston Cat", Dr. Sand, to have our tiger kitty "Sophie" spayed, on January 17. Madie kindly passed along the contact info to us. Dr. Sand told me to contact you to arrange payment/reimbursement meantime.
Sophie is doing great! She and our dog Gracie are good buddies.
Very entertaining to watch their antics together, plus they are good company for each other! She's a charmer, and a perfect addition to our family. Would you believe it, she is all ready hunting mice in the basement at night!
Elizabeth Stroter, Ted, Grace, and Sophie
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