Friday, January 25, 2008

Texas A & M Visit

I had my oncology visit with Dr. Barton on 1-22-08. It was a long day, and lots of tests were done. I was so happy to see Dr. Willard and threw myself into his arms when I saw him. Everyone is still very concerned my lack of appetite, weight loss, and do not have bowel movement for days.
I went to see Dr. Young on 1-24-08 as Dr. Willard has given instruction of Palliative and Supportive Care treatment plan for Dr. Young to follow. Dr Willard also instructed everyone in the family needs to do patient calendar and closely monitor my situation.
I have my beauty treatment and photos taken by my photographer this morning. It is so kind on both of them willing to do it for me in such a short notice (1 day).
It is so kind that everyone asking my health and so supportive.
Perry with Love

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Dog Misses Feline BFF

This story I want to share with you all. None of my relatives like pets. They do not believe we are intelligent and have feeling. If you (uncle and aunt) read my blog this week, this is a proof to you that we are same as you folks. We are loving and caring. In fact, our passion, love, and forgiven are much bigger than human. Here is the story about a dog misses his campanion so much after his BFF moved on to the rainbow bridge.
Oscar, an 18-month-old Lancashire Heeler, missed his best friend so much that he dug up the late cat’s grave and brought the body back into the house to be reunited with him.
The dog saw his owner dig a grave in the garden for Arthur, the 17-year-old family cat, and put him in the hole.
When Oscar’s owners woke up the next morning, they found Oscar curled up next to Arthur’s body in his bed.
Oscar and Arthur were the best of friends and were inseparable, and Arthur, who was a larger cat, even used to help Oscar onto the sofa.
Oscar’s owners said, “He had managed to climb out through the cat flap in the night, obviously with the intent to get Arthur back. Bearing in mind that Arthur was a huge cat, Oscar must have used all the strength he could muster. Then he pulled him into the basket and went to sleep next to him. Arthur’s coat was gleaming white. Oscar had obviously licked him clean. It must have taken him nearly all night.”

Sunday, January 6, 2008

Diamond Pet Food 3.1 million settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit about certain Diamond Pet Food products. The settlement provides for an amount of $3.1 million to pay consumers who purchased recalled Diamond Pet Food products, and to compensate dog owners whose dogs were injured by eating Diamond Pet Food products.
Settlement Benefits
If the settlement is approved and you are a Class Member, you may be eligible to receive a benefit. Diamond has agreed to create a settlement fund of $3.1 million to pay for valid claims and for Court awarded attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses. The settlement provides that consumers who purchased recalled dog food and did not already return it for a refund may receive money, provided the Class Member establishes that he or she purchased recalled Diamond Dog Food and did not return it. Additionally, the settlement fund provides that Class Members who submit a valid claim showing that their dog was injured or that they incurred a veterinary bill as a result of Diamond Dog Food will be entitled to payment for veterinary expenses. The settlement also provides that Diamond will pay Court awarded attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses incurred in this lawsuit. Please review the Settlement Agreement for complete details regarding these benefits. To make a claim for settlement benefits, you must send in a completed Claim Form, postmarked no later than April 15, 2008. Download a Claim Form.
Request Exclusion from the Settlement Class
If you do not want to be legally bound by the settlement, you must exclude yourself by March 16, 2008 or you will not be able to sue Diamond Pet Foods about these claims ever again. If you exclude yourself, you will not get any money from the settlement. To exclude yourself, you must send a letter by mail stating that you want to be excluded. You must include your name, address, telephone number and signature. You must mail your exclusion request postmarked no later than March 16, 2008 to the following address:
Diamond Pet Food Settlementc/o The Garden City Group, Inc. Claims AdministratorP.O. Box 9214Dublin, OH 43017-4614
Please review the Settlement Agreement for complete details regarding objecting to the settlement.
Object to the Settlement Terms
If you stay in the Settlement Class, and you wish to object to the settlement, you must notify the Court of your intent to object by February 26, 2008. You may appear at the Settlement Fairness Hearing (see below for details) to present objections to the settlement or any of its terms or provisions, including costs, attorney fees, or otherwise. Please review the Settlement Agreement for complete details regarding objecting to the settlement.
Settlement Fairness Hearing
The Court will hold the Settlement Fairness Hearing on March 26, 2008 at 1:30 p.m. to consider whether to approve the settlement and a request for attorneys’ fees by the lawyers representing the Class Members.
February 26, 2008
Objection Deadline, postmarked or received
March 16, 2008
Exclusion Deadline, postmarked or received
March 26, 2008at 1:30 p.m.
Settlement Fairness Hearing
April 15, 2008
Claim Form Deadline, postmarked or received
Link to Diamond Pet Food Settlement:

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Happy New Year to four paws princes and princesses
Wish you are stronger and healthier this year
May this new year bring more joy and happiness
to you and your family
Hugs and Kisses