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We adopted Aslyn through a local humane society who got her after she'd been abandoned in a McDonald's bathroom. They didn't know she was sick with FLUTD - feline lower urinary tract disease. It was a mystery why a beautiful Persian would be abandoned until she started to show signs of the disease. Now, 3 years later and many vet visits later, her disease is in check and she's the most wonderful, loving companion to us and my other adopted cat, Fat Kitty. As you can see, she loves sitting in boxes no matter what their size!
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