Maybe they do put them in every envelope– maybe they don’t– but crap it still hurts.
First of all I would like to thank you for the water bill and a notice to procure a license for my dog–but my dog is dead.
Last year I received the same notice and I had a tearful conversation with someone at the town hall telling them– that my dog is dead.
I have no interest in calling someone and breaking out in tears again and telling them once again–that my dog is dead.
We didn’t bury him, nor do I have a death certificate from Barkers Funeral Home, but I can assure you once again– that my dog is dead.
I may be senile, but like other pet owners, but receiving another notice breaks my heart as it reminds me–that my dog is dead.
I miss my boy terribly, and thousands have read about him and the fact– that my dog is dead.
Thank you for the hope that he might be resurrected this year, as I really do wish he was too, but— my dog is dead.
This was by no means public shaming- and many thanks for your patience– just the fact– that my dog is dead.
Come and visit the Lanark County Genealogical Society Facebook page– what’s there? Cool old photos–and lots of things interesting to read.
Information where you can buy all Linda Seccaspina’s books-You can also read Linda in Hometown News and now in The Townships Sun
The town probably includes those notices in everyone’s water bill. We rec’d the same notice with our water bill today… and we haven’t had a dog since before we moved to Carleton Place
Condolences for the loss of your much loved dog.
Thanks Rick. I made a point of calling them last year and they noted it but you are probably right.”:)