Tyger is Rescued from the Pound

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As owner Connie Proctor explains, “I intercepted this kitten headed for the pound at `10 days old, I was worried they would not be able to give him the care he needed so I convinced the couple who had him to give him to me. I brought him home, took him to the Vet and set out to raise this sweet baby by hand. As you can see he has grown into a beautiful kitten and is such a loved member of the family.”

Connie, we couldn’t be happier for you and little Tyger. Well, he’s not so little anymore! Thankfully there are cat owners out there who have the love and enthusiasm to take a pet in, love that pet, and raise him right!

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