Happy news about animals
By Sheila Stroup
When Heidi Revere went to work for a Madisonville veterinarian in the fall of 2009, her mother issued a warning.
“I told Heidi, ‘You’re going to come across a lot of situations when you’re going to want to bring an animal home, but no animals are coming home,'” Angela Revere said.
Heidi’s mom knew what a soft spot for animals her daughter had. From the time she was a little girl, she had been adding pets to the family menagerie at an alarming rate.
“Heidi never played with baby dolls,” she said. “Since she was 2 years old, it was always animals.”