Gypsie Was Rescued at the Back Door

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This is Gypsie and she is brought to us by owner Tammy Razo. Tammy says, “She showed up at my back door meowing for help. She had 104 fever & open infected sore on her chest. I rescued her and nursed her back to health. Now she is all healed up and fitting into our family very well. Also, she showed up not too long after my Red Tabby Xander passed away. You cant substitute one cat for another but it eases the pain some. Gypsie is about 7 months old now.

Thanks for sending Gypsie in Tammy! She looks great and so cute in this pic!

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