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A devoted animal person

Dear Editor:One can pay back the loan of gold, but one dies forever in debt to those who are kind. – Malayan proverbI am writing to recognize our undying gratitude to Laurie from Snowmass animal control. On Wednesday, July 27, our very sick dog, Bradley, was let out and never returned home. Laurie arrived at our house early Thursday morning to help us find him. She helped us for hours on end. Driving up and down Horse Ranch and handing out posters throughout Horse Ranch and the surrounding areas. Thursday quickly went by with no sign of Bradley.On Friday at 6 in the morning, Laurie came to our house very early with her dog to once again attempt to find Bradley. Laurie voluntarily searched for over four hours. While we never did find Bradley, we greatly appreciate Laurie’s help in the search to find him. Not only did she help us look for him, but she also helped us see light through the darkness of his death. We would also like to recognize Dr. Roeber and his staff at the Alpine Animal Hospital in Basalt. They, too, helped us through a very hard time. We will be forever grateful to Laurie and those who have helped us through Bradley’s disappearance and death.Kay Honigman-SingerSnowmass Village

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