Last Tuesday, some time between the two hours Dielman was out of the apartment, Poughker had a slip and fall from the bird version of a jungle jim Dielman created for him. The supplies came from a brandname DIY home improvement store. Frustrated, Pouchker bit into his leg. Blood was everywhere.
No fool, I recognize that no personal injury lawyer will take on this case. However, I also recognize the deep love for animal companions among lawyers and law students. The Yale legal library has a just-in-time mutt to ease the angst-filled off the emotional ledge.
Disabled by an accident in the workplace, Dielman goes month to month on a fixed income. I ponied up a few bucks toward the vet bill and will be driving Dielman to the vet this Wednesday to have the bird's stitches removed. Can you help? You can send your contribution to:
Ms. Cheryl Dielman, Apt. B1406, 339 Eastern Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06513 Since the complex contains 1400 units, the apartment # must be listed.
You can reach the two lovebirds at email@example.com.