DOGS, CATS AND NUMISMATIC LITERATURE
Phil Iversen writes:
Congratulations on your new puppy. I have some coins that are real "dogs" and I'm sure that you would not want any of them...and neither do I!
Larry Gaye writes:
Congrats on the new Yorkie. No advice, but thank God it's not a cat with attitude. They show no respect for their benefactor's possessions. Notice I didn't say "Master", as the cat IS the master. The other good news is that a Yorkie is small and can't lift his/ her leg high enough to pee on the books in the shelf. Cats, on the other hand, have remarkable sphincter muscles that enable them to aim properly and make sure they are dead on what they are trying to grace with their gift.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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