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meow2u3 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-19-10 09:33 AM
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52. I forgot to add one important detail
We saved those kitties about a month before we moved from New York to Texas, back in 1980. My old neighborhood had become gang- and heroin-infested, so I can see why they did such a horrific thing to those kittens--they were most likely high on smack. It doesn't excuse their actions; in fact, IMO, I'd hold them more responsible for their actions because they decided to put that shit in their bodies!
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