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July 09, 2014

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annie pelfrey

well said- plus, pets are valuable for many issues that a person may have- whether physical or psychological.

Lisa Garr

Hear, hear! People often forget the important role our companion animals play in our lives...it's usually those who don't have a pet who question charity aimed at animal support services. Why must it be either, or? We need not choose between them, but as you say, recognize the vast benefits that companion animals provide to us humans. May I also add that animals also serve an important role in society as service companions...they enrich the lives of people every day, and many of these animals come from humane societies and shelters. I loved your mother, and I remember how much she adored her companion animals...

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