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Old 11-18-2013, 12:41 AM

RE: Helping an old cat get comfortable

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I'm glad you took her in and she wasnt sent to the pound. But I have to say, how horrible it is to have an animal for 13 years and just give it up like that. I could never do that. I'd make whoever take medication before I gave up my baby. People are just horrible, can you even imagine what it must be like for that poor cat to lose the only family and home she has ever known. Poor thing.
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