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Memorial Day

I'm working on a new card for Memorial Day, but here are the old ones meanwhile.

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Everything is pre-selected except for the card -- you do have to choose between the cat and the dog card.  You can also change the music, header and signature if you like.
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Cat card

Dog card

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Cat sneaking BBQ Dog sneaking BBQ

Background  (pre-selected) Colors (pre-selected)
(Plain Blue)



Stamp (pre-selected)

(Pre-selected... choose different music by scrolling down and highlighting it.)   

 (Pre-selected... choose a different header by highlighting it.)   


Type in your message -- (you can use any HTML tags)
(this and the relevant names and addresses are the only part you have to fill out.)

Hint: if you compose a long message, make a copy of it before you hit preview. That way you won't lose all your work if you backspace and your computer clears the form.

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(Pre-selected... choose a different signature by highlighting it.)   
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Address Your Card

Do you want to send the card now, or later?
(To send it later, click on the drop down list and choose a date.)

Click the button below to login to your address book or create one.

Your name Your e-mail
Do you want to send a card to more than one recipient?
No (go ahead and fill in the name and address below)
Yes (leave the name and address sections blank and click preview. If the card looks okay, press send and a page will come up with the form for multiple addresses.)
Recipient's name Recipient's e-mail
Preview final card Send without preview
Do you want a copy of this card mailed to yourself?   Yes No
The copy will serve as a backup in case anything goes wrong. It will be addressed to you, from you. You did not accidentally address the card to yourself instead of your recipient, that is just how the copies are addressed

Pets should be sterilized before they're six months if you want to be sure to avoid an unwanted litter. Ask your vet to give you the earliest date that's right for your pet.
For information on spay/neutering, click here.

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