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A cat with a growth - opinions, please!

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        08-14-2010, 03:43 PM
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    He's being put down today.

    Over the past month or so, he's lost a TON of weight. He's just skin and bones (and giant growth on his side). Honestly, I'm really glad that they finally have the heart to do something good for him, it's just sad that it had to get to this point when I am sure he could have been saved if they took him to the vet a few months ago.
         
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        08-14-2010, 08:31 PM
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    Poor kitty. =[

    It's never a good thing when an animal has to suffer for the ignorance of it's human. At least he won't have to suffer anymore.
         
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