I wasn't the author of the flier, don't forget.
Here's a testimonial for the "Home Again" microchip people. When I phoned in to report Weeze missing I was told that a bulletin would go out to vets and shelters "within 25 miles" as well as to their online membership network. Yesterday was a weigh-in day at the vet's - we're adjusting thyroid meds in hopes that my "greyhound cat" will quit dropping ounces. Right after the doc said hello he said, "Hey, did she go missing last Tuesday?" The APB had been sent as promised! The receptionist handed me the fax for a keepsake. On it was a time stamp that was from four minutes
after I'd placed the call.
As for the gloom and doom message a few posts up, the only activity Weasie has had to give up due to arthritis is climbing. This is just as well.
She can jump onto furniture and from the ground to the back porch with next to no effort. Not only that, she's found a way to zip up and down the four front steps in front of our house. (In writing that I'm providing another testimonial, this time for the "Dasuquin" supplement.) No crippled and limping cat is she!
Some people look at the proverbial glass containing a quantity of water and say it's half empty. Others say it's half full. Still others say, "DON"T EVEN SMELL THAT, IT MIGHT BE HYDROCHLORIC ACID!!!