Good samaritan steps in |

Good samaritan steps in

On April 23, my daughter took our wounded dog to the Alta Sierra Animal Hospital. It was after regular business hours, and we figured it may be a bit costly. I have cancer, need a bone marrow transplant and have no extra money at all. I am poor. My daughter was chatting with an older man before being called in. When she came out, the receptionist told her the man had paid our entire bill! Thank you, whoever you are. You helped us more than you know!

Jeanie Withers-Berg

Grass Valley

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