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 TESTIMONIALS > Ttouch Helps A Cat Get Through Quarantine
 
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  TTOUCH HELPS A CAT GET THROUGH QUARANTINE
Testimonial By: Mike        Publish Date: 2001-08-01

Letter from Mike who has moved to London. [Mr. Ming is a cat he adopted from the SPCA when we were doing TTouch work there]

Hi Eugenie,
It was great to read your email recently about the acquisition of your new puppy. She sounds too adorable and she couldn’t have got a better home.

We have settled into our flat in London. It is quite a change moving from a big house to a 2 bed flat. Mr. Ming is still in quarantine. He is doing very well. I visit him 3 times a week. The condition of the kennels and cattery is of very high standard. They are kept spotless and all the animals are well cared for. I do TTouch for Mr. Ming whenever I visit him. I am sure it has helped in settling him and giving him his laidback attitude to the whole thing. He has 59 days to go and then it is freedom.
Take care and pats to the pooches.
 
Regards Mike

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