A friend has agreed to look after your house and pet while you are on holiday. Write a letter to your friend. In your letter: give contact details for when you are away give instructions on how to care for your pet describe other household duties Write at least 150 words. You do NOT need to write any addresses. Begin your letter as follows:

Hi Raj, Hope you are doing great,
letter is just to elaborate few stuff before I leave for the holiday.
of all, my contact number is 8989899 where you can catch me any time whenever you need me. ,
my email id is [email protected] As you already know most of the things to look after my dog, but I thought to bring a few points which you might not be aware of.
, every evening take Tiger(my dog) for a walk to pee.
, don't give milk in the night to him as the doctor had restricted him due to his weak metabolism system. Most importantly, water the plants every morning in the front yard, and don't forget to check the house is properly locked and one light is switched on in the night before you go to bed,
is to avoid burglary and other threads. I look forward to seeing you on my return. Warm wishes, Sachidanand
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