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Cat Dropped Off In Front of Shelter in Terrible Condition

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    Cat Dropped Off In Front of Shelter in Terrible Condition

    Whether the man who dropped the cat off was the one who let the cat get into that condition, or he just found the cat that way and dropped it off, I give him credit for helping to end the poor cat's suffering. Full story and more pictures here.




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    Thats a sorry looking cat. I hope they take care of her and get her a home.........a good hame!
    Last edited by Yetidog37; 08-31-2018 at 10:24 AM. Reason: forgot to say something
    I love pets and I love Silky!

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    Did you click on the link Yeti and see the way that cat's fur in the beginning?

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    I do a podcast about pets with my sister called: FurBalls & DogBones - A great resource for all things pets!
    Help all the pets you can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha1 View Post
    Did you click on the link Yeti


    Oops, was in a hurry....did not read everything.
    I love pets and I love Silky!

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    How horrific. It was like the poor cat had his body photoshopped, but for real.

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