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Last summer, we spotted a cat in our neighborhood. Naturally, we all fell in love. He seemed to only come around late in the evening. After a few weeks of leaving treats and food out for him, he became more comfortable with us to where we could pet him. My husband kept saying "one of these days, I'm bringing him in the house! It's getting too cold out here for that cat!" So, each day after that, I looked for him to come out during the day with no such luck. Finally, one afternoon, Mr. Purrly came by and I kept him around until my husband got home. He took Mr. Purrly to the emergency vet since they were the only ones available to see him. They checked him out and dicovered that he was neutered and de-clawed and and so he was given the proper vaccinations, they cleaned a few ticks off him and sent him home. To his forever home. He is such a loving cat and is so happy now. As you can see, he definitely wears his "heart" on his sleeve.
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