I trust this letter finds you well, and that the dismal London summer hasn't held too much sway over your mood.
I'm curious to know the status of our latest acquisition. I know that the process can be somewhat jarring, and I do so wish for this to be a successful venture. I've some free time in the coming weeks, at least so much as a woman in my position can afford. If needed, I would be happy to come supervise the transition in order to provide the proper support and resources necessary.
She is a precious child. We cannot afford to lose her. I've had my eye on this one for some time. I don't need to explain to you how imperative if it is she be made comfortable, nor the consequences for failing to do so.