To the Editor: Now that we have survived 45 days of both Esu and I being treated like ... common criminals, I would like to let all know that we did live.
I will never forget the kind words, and all the other ways Esu and I were helped during this time. I will help you all at any time, all you have to do is call.
Special thanks to Julie Maupin, Tom Wilson, Clyde Smith, Lynn Gatlin, and of course, Dr. John Beck and his great staff.
Esu received wonderful care from the Corsicana Animal Shelter, Katie Watkins and her staff. Esu became very spoiled!
I pray that the Corsicana Police Department and Navarro County Sheriff’s Department have learned from this bad experience that people who try to save the life of a precious dog are neither dumb or insane. We are not criminals, and do not deserve to be treated as such.
We are also not trash trying to break the law by saving our animals.
I hope the whole bad experience never happens to anyone else.
Rene Brown and Esu
Justice for Justice
To the Editor: I saw on the Dallas news that The Dallas Police Department has an arrest warrant out for the guy, who burned the dog, Justice, the other day.
I hope, by the time they publish this letter, they would have caught him quickly, and bring him to justice.
They said, it was a state jail felony. This is good, but I wished it was higher up on the chain for punishment. If you agree, or have any other thoughts about him or any other innocent animal, please, post a comment somewhere it can be read. I would appreciate it, and I know, Justice would appreciate it.
He is now with God, now, and no one can hurt him anymore. God takes care of all of his creatures that he created, and is, surely taking great care of Justice.
May God bless you, and take great care of you, Justice.
We love you Buddy.