glenda, dear, exactly who and what gives you permission to post things that
are supposedly private communications to me?


On Dec 12, 2007 11:47 AM, glenda Goodman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

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> >
> >   From: Sheila Smith
> > [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >   Sent: Sunday, December 09, 2007 7:28 PM
> >   To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
> >   Subject: Fwd: Kelly Saveika hearing..........
> >
> >   I just saw this post. Oh well, I am going to let
> > it slide b/c I have bigger fish to fry, but... you
> > are very good at cut and paste.  I  mean you managed
> > the gist of it ok..  I AM watching you. Remember ARC
> > in Midlothian, Tx and the hundreds of cats that
> > suffered and died in the name of "rescue"?  Years of
> > being tied up in court and $40K later, but it was
> > the best money I ever spent b/c it was FOR the
> > animals.
> >
> >   I thought if there are still any open minded
> > people still left on this list you would like to
> > know the disposition of some of the fifteen cats we
> > rescued.
> >   Five have been adopted including one (Cinderella)
> > I adopted myself and two that were adopted by Susan,
> >  six are going to barn placement, two will go to
> > Best Friends, two are still too weak to place and
> > are recovering from the effects of poor nutrition
> > and dehydration (one of which had to have surgery)
> > according to their veterinarian- although their
> > prognosis is now good.
> >
> >   On another note, I really do hope you all do go
> > back to the focus of feline leukemia. I think this
> > group must have had great focus at one time- I
> > joined initially b/c I thought it did and b/c I felt
> > I had a lot to offer the group b/c of my extensive
> > experience w/ feline leukemia and b/c of my husbands
> > participation in national boards. etc.  I was
> > excited to hear from other people across the country
> > that had experience with feline leukemia.
> >   I really do hope the very best for all of you and
> > I hope you all do really good things for the animals
> > in your care. I hope you all will remember this
> > though. You are the animals advocate. You are not
> > the caretaker's advocate at the end of the day.
> > While we all wish good things for the caretakers and
> > we worry about anyone burning out and we offer
> > mentoring, guidance and help, in the end there are
> > multiple resources for people. There are nurses,
> > doctors, mental health experts, counseling. you name
> > it. BUT.. For the animals they abused, there is only
> > YOU.
> >
> >   You are bound to speak for THEM- the dead cats in
> > the closets- no one else will.
> >
> >   Best,
> >
> >   Sheila Smith
> >   www.shadowcats.net
> >   Austin, Tx
> >
> >
> >
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