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Princess - Badly Neglected, Left Out in the Cold



When the Society's Animal Control Officer was patrolling in Barnegat, she spotted a beautiful Persian cat that looked quite neglected, outside in the cold temperatures that was matted and unkempt. The ACO advised the owner to take the cat into the house, have free access to food & warter and obtain grooming and vet care.

At left, Princess after her much needed grooming and spa day.

A short time later the ACO passed the house again on a cold day and there was the cat -- still outside and trembling from the cold, terribly matted and covered in dirt. The ACO brought the cat to Popcorn Park and it was obvious she was relieved to be in good hands and in a warm, loving environment. The veterinary team and staff got to work on cleaning her up, vetting her, giving her a good meal, warm blankets and lots of TLC. Even during the sad state she was in, Princess did not stop purring the whole time they were shaving away thick mats from her coat and removing the dirt, feces and urine from her tiny body.

Princess before and after her vet and grooming care.

Princess has settled in now and has enjoyed a full spa day She is a whole new kitty and happy to be well cared for as she should be. She welcomes the attention that everyone gives her. The beautiful Persian is about 10-11 years old and deserves a caring owner and a fresh start in life. Princess is calm, friendly, affectionate and very laid back. Please consider opening your heart and home to our precious Persian Princess who will never be left out in the cold again.

Donations to our Res-Q Fund help us to care for, medically treat, groom and give all of the animals that come through our doors a chance to live a wonderful life. We want to make a difference in their lives -- and with your help, we will continue to do so.

Princess is at Popcorn Park where she awaits a purrrrfectly fabulous home. For more information, call the Society at 609-693-1900 or e-mail us Popcorn Park is located on Humane Way, off Lacey Road in Forked River -- off of Exit 74 (North & South) of the Garden State Parkway. Popcorn Park is open 7 days a week.

3/13/2013

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