She also came with this note that "she" wrote. It says: Dear Anne, Sorry my mom broke me. Please don't call doll protective services. She is a good mom most of the time! -Kelsey
This is an official letter from FLA (feline legal associates). It is on very official letterhead and when I sent the repaired doll home this letter was included (my sister Cathy wrote it). It says:
When I got into the doll I found that her leg was completely snapped off at the knee! I did the repairs (I slacked off way too long before I did the repairs) and I felt that Kelsey's letter needed a proper response. So I got one written.
Dear Careless Human,
It has come to the attention of our office that a humanoid representative object
(henceforth referred to as “doll”) named Kelsey recently came to harm while in your
custody. In addition, said doll was forced to pen a letter disclaiming the
culpability of her human in the breakage of her leg. A shocking and transparent
attempt to evade responsibility and make light of such grievous harm!
As Feline Legal Associates is a proud partner with both DPS (Doll Protective
Services) and BIOPS (Beloved Inanimate Objects Protection League), it is our duty
to inform you that further “accidents” to any or all parts of the aforementioned
doll will be subject to the most stringent and unimaginably horrific legal
interventions. Should further harm come to her, prepare to be destroyed
straightaway in the most officially sanctioned manner possible.
Please enjoy a most pleasant week.
With contempt for all living things,
Managing Partner [dec.]
PS: csThis should serve as a warning to everyone that tries to cover their doll abuse with a forced letter. Sometimes lawyers need to get involved. And feline lawyers are likely the most ruthless.
*legal disclaimer* the original note from the doll and the follow up legal letter are satirical and meant to be funny and to bring a laugh.