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Re: Results of Violet's Necropsy

In a message dated 7/21/2004 10:58:16 PM Central Standard Time,  
judybrowning@lewiston.com writes:

I'm glad  you don't have to worry about your other sweeties being exposed  to
something infectious. 

Me, too.  I'm pretty pragmatic about things like that.  If I  can't didn't 
cause it, can't control it and can't cure it, I usually don't get  too 
emotional.  I hate that it happened, and I'm being very attentive to  Pearl right now.

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