By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard
COVENTRY â Very carefully, Audra Willis walks through her garden, showing a visitor where she plans to sow the contents of assorted seed packets.
Her adolescent gray-and-white cat, Larry, tears around, swishing his tail while keeping Willis in sight. It's as if he realizes that Audra's ability to negotiate on her own â no wheelchair, no walker, no cane â is miraculous.
âThe doctor gave me a 10 out of 10,â she says, beaming; that's a 100 percent chance of making a complete recovery and returning to work â perhaps even sooner than she had hoped.
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