Sealy the Stray Lost an Ear but Got a New Home

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Back in February, Sealy, yet another stray cat out there in the world was simply trying to get away from the cold.  Like many other cats he was seeking shelter under the hood of a car thinking that it would be a perfect place to rest.  Unfortunately Sealy didn’t realize that the engine would soon start.   The engine startled Sealy and unfortunately sheared away his left ear.   Luckily that was all the damage that Sealy received as he managed to escape from the hood.

According to Catster….

Sealy found the help he needed when he was taken to Greenville County Animal Care Services, where he met Elisa Black-Taylor. In 2010, Black-Taylor started rescuing hard-luck kitties from death row at the Greenville, South Carolina, shelter. “Each week I’d look at the urgent cats euthanasia list,” Black-Taylor says. “I’d pick out the cats I’d like to have and would then go back to the site a week later only to find the cat had been euthanized because no one spoke up to save it. This eventually was too much to watch and not try to help.”

We couldn’t he happier for Sealy. While he may have damaged his ear, he’s got friends for life and a home to match!


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