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RE: Slugger

I was glad to hear that your Vet helped out with Slugger. I've had a vet
help out when I was unemployed.  It was an abandoned kitten who was very
sick and finally had to be put to sleep as it was suffering.  I guess I
would have had to beg for financial help from my parents, but I was
young and too proud.
I've been afraid to ask about how the job hunt is going.  I would be
having an anxiety attack if I had to start a new job at my age(54).  I
know I could be good at other things besides teaching, and I would do
what I had to do to get by, but I would not be a happy camper! 
Keep your chin up!  We're rooting for you!
Long Island, NY
Zone 7

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