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Neighbours on guard

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 My husband and I went out to finish our shopping for Easter. We were in the grocery store and saw our neighbour talking to the store manager and someone else.

The next thing we knew, she was headed towards us looking very serious. She told us the lady had called the manager about our dog being in the car. The temperature was minus 11 that morning, and the sun was shining, but we keep our car cool. She said she would keep watch over our car until we finished.

Needless to say we hurried to get our shopping done as fast as we could. When we headed out of the store, there standing guard was not only one neighbour but two.

To Gena and Bev, we can’t thank you enough as you know it would break our hearts if we lost him. Once again many, many thanks from the other Bev.

— Bev Edstrom

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