At first, all that can be seen of Subira, a 2½-year-old lioness, are her amber eyes and a tuft of golden hair. Peering out from behind a shed at Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, 300 km north of Toronto, the big cat stands completely still, her head tilted and her gaze set on two people walking towards her pen.
All power to Dr. Heidi Oetter for seriously considering a change from family medicine to running a bed-and-breakfast (“At the breaking point,” Cover, Jan. 8). She is not alone in feeling frustration with a medical system that has in no way kept up with demand for services.
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