Kerry, I'm betting they have no cats left.  I would also wager they got rid of 
them knowing something was wrong.  There had to be some change in Boo's 
behaviour for him to die exactly one month after we got him.  They knew there 
was a problem.  I can be a patient person, I don't want to be consumed with 
hatred but I'll get em one way or another.  Nothing illegal just for the record!
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: MacKenzie, Kerry N. 
  Sent: Monday, March 10, 2008 2:02 PM
  Subject: RE: alittleofftopic

  Good for you----I'm not surprised you're furious Lynne. The surprise would be 
if you weren't. From your description of them, they are not good 
people--they're at the opposite end of the spectrum from you and the good folks 
on this list, their only interest in animals being the profit they can make 
from them. The kneejerk reaction of a jerk is to blame someone else when things 
go wrong, which is exactly what they've done. I agree with you 100%--people 
like these should not be allowed near an animal. I don't know how realistic it 
is, but if you did take legal action it would be gratifying to see run them out 
of business. 
  Keep us posted when you have time,
  and good luck.
  Kerry M.


  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Lynne
  Sent: Monday, March 10, 2008 12:59 PM
  Subject: alittleofftopic

  I just need to vent.  I have become extremely angry with the family who sold 
us BooBoo.  I had been keeping them posted regularly, as they asked me to, on 
the ordeal he was going through and only in the very beginning did I receive 
one email from them, which indicated they thought my vet was wrong, I should 
seek a second opinion, Felv was not contageous and BooBoo had always been happy 
and healthy.  The woman also said some stupid thing about what's wrong with me, 
that I don't believe in miracles.

  Well today, a week after Boo left us and the pain has not diminished, I fired 
off an email expressing my surprise at their total lack of interest in his 
short life with us. I told her I felt she knew he was ill when she sold him to 
us and the circumstances around our acquiring him being suspicious and told her 
I had talked to a lawyer friend about possible legal action.  I said I wanted 
either a certified vet checked Himilayan or my 300 dollars back, which by the 
way is a pittance compared to the vet bills.  I told her I would not let this 
matter die, like BooBoo had to.  I would have spent any amount in the world to 
keep him alive but it wasn't meant to be.  There has to be some kind of justice 
here.  People like this should not be allowed to own any kind of pet and should 
need to suffer for their inhumanity.


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