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Freeze-Dried Pets #319962

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 24, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Saint Petersburg, Florida: Peter Van Sant) Cat shown after being freeze- dried. [Owner John SCHEUREN - says now doesn't have to feed cat and is conversation piece at parties.] [Preservation Specialties in Saint Petersburg, Florida, manager Jeff WEBBER -describes process.] Steve and Vivian Kociss shown with freeze-dried dog. [Steve KOCISS - talks to dog and says glad to keep animal.] [Vivian KOCISS - says glad to touch dog and still puts water out in case gets thirsty.] [WEBBER - comments on people wanting to be freeze-dried.] Bus. assured while people like Kociss family want to keep pets after death. [Vivian KOCISS - says dog is her little girl.]

Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter

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