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Dali was a six-month-old kitten I found when walking in my neighborhood. He was ok after getting fluids and a couple days of good food. My boyfriend at the time said no more cats. I cried all the way home after dropping him off. A day later I said, it’s you or the cat buddy!
Karen Lyn, from Blaine, MN
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