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  • Rita Fazio
    ... Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 5:56 PM Subject: A family from Watertown is fighting to get their dog back from the pound PLEASE CROSSPOST. Thanks! link
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 23, 2004
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      ----- Original Message ----- From: Linda & Mike Bober
      Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 5:56 PM
      Subject: A family from Watertown is fighting to get their dog back from the pound


      PLEASE CROSSPOST. Thanks!

      link to story: http://www.wfsb.com/Global/story.asp?s=%20%201605039

      Please read the story of this family's battle to get their dog back. Also view the video if you are able. When you have done that, please write to the contacts listed below in an effort to help this family get their beloved pet returned to them.


      Sample letter below.

      CONTACTS:

      (Please send feedback to the station about this story.)
      WFSB (CBS-3)
      wfsb @ wfsb.com (remove spaces)


      Send a letter to animal control. Please be respectful.

      (The Animal Control Division is comprised of two

      full-time Animal Control Officers, Patricia Fitzgerald and

      Frank Esposito.)
      fitzgerald @ watertownct.org (remove spaces)



      Go to the following site and email as many TV stations and newspapers as you can about this. You can send
      one email to 5 recipients at one time.
      http://www.congress.org/congressorg/dbq/media/?command=state_search&state=ct

      Thank you for helping Max and his family.



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      ****SAMPLE LETTER:



      Dear _______



      I am writing this letter to you concerning the Pyon family and their bid to get their beloved dog Max returned to them. It is completely ridiculous to force this pet to stay quarantined for 6-8 months while the 'appeal' process runs it's course. We are talking about a living being not an inanimate object. This puppy is entering it's formative months in life and they will all be spent behind bars unless something is done immediately. This will cause more stress and harm to this impressionable young pup than any dog should ever have to endure. This dog needs to be with his family. The Pyon family adamantly protest that the dog is NOT a danger to anyone, he was merely startled by their son when he instinctively turned and bit him. This does NOT make the puppy vicious and if the family has no issue with the dog returning, it should not even be an issue. They are also agreeable to evaluation from an outside source and training to get Max back with the family where he belongs.
      Please see what you can do to assist this family in getting Max back.



      Thank you in advance for your time.



      Sincerely,



      Your name and address



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      Voices for Homeless Animals
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/voicesforhomelessanimals/?yguid=7356776

      Don't turn your back upon their pain,
      Because it's hard to see.
      They have no other place to turn,
      They've only you and me.
























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      Rita Fazio,

      Korea Animal Protection Society (KAPS)
      International Aid for Korean Animals (IAKA)
      http://www.koreananimals.org/index.htm


      Don't turn your back upon their pain, because it's hard to see.They have no other place to turn, They've only you and me.






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