Hi Yvonne, Thanks for sharing your lovely comment. I will make …

Comment on Stone, More Than ‘Just’ a Cat by TheRalphSite.

Hi Yvonne,

Thanks for sharing your lovely comment. I will make sure that Emma sees it.

I am sorry to hear that things did not end as peacefully for Petula as they might have. As a vet myself, I know that this can happen occasionally and unpredictably. I hope that you are able to move through the feeling of guilt in time to come. She sounds like a wonderful companion and family member.

Warm regards,

Shailen

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