To the Editor:
On the 4th of July 2017, I decided to express my independence and sneaked away from home while my humans were doing their chores. I experienced many wonderful things while on my journey up Main Street in Canton.
However, while attempting to re-cross Main Street (while my human was chasing me to bring me home) I experienced the unexpected.
Little did I know how much it would hurt when a car hits you. I was fortunate enough to encounter two caring citizens, the driver of the vehicle and a local resident. Both showed concerned for my injuries and my human.
When my human caught up to me in the street, the driver apologize profusely and gave my human a hug (surely needed) and the local resident called the vet, comforted my human and walk both of us to our home on Church St.
After a two-day stay at the Canton Animal Clinic, I was discharged and able to return to the comfort of my home. I ended up with three broken ribs, a contused lung and a lot of discomfort but the medical staff took superior care of me. I wish to express my gratitude to everyone that in anyway took care of my humans and me during this stressful time. When I am up and running about again, I will take a walk (on the lease) with my humans and be seeing you around town.
Thanks again for your help as I am alive and well.
(dictated to my humans by Paddy).
Will and JoAnne Fassinger