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Val, Thank you so much for talking to Spot today. I just listened to the recording and heard you asking me to repeat as you couldn’t hear me.
I couldn’t hear me asking me that on the ph so I would like to share the text that I was trying to read from my sis-in-law
This was immediately after you finished talking with him.
” He just came to get me. Went down to ‘Dad’s room He jumped up on the bed & started purring & then sat down & looked at me & blinked & purred. We snuggled there for about 10 minutes & now he is curled up on ‘Dad’s chair & I’m in mine. Thank You. I think he is going to be ok now.”
I just talked to her and she said he is doing so much better, evidently he keeps coming to her stares in her eyes and blinks at her . Then sometimes he curls up on her lap and other times goes down the hall, jumps on my brothers bed, stretches out quite contentedly and goes sound asleep. She wanted me to tell you that. And she said she feels much better now knowing that he will be taking care of her.
Thank you again. You are so great!
Animal Name: Darwin
Animal Parent: Marybeth H.
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