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Baby Yoda is missing: ‘Joy was released without our knowledge or consent to a person claiming ownership’ — 16 Comments

  1. **Made this comment last night but there was a typo. Baby “Yoga” should have been Baby “Yoda.”

    First of all the vet who was “tired of the publicity” should have his license taken away for handing Joy over to some woman just “to get her out of his hospital” when Joy was still being treated for injuries! What kind of vet does that?? And the article that was written about “Baby Yoda” sure didn’t help matters by bringing this poor cat to everyone’s attention, including the WRONG people who just want to make money off of her. Nice job!

  2. First of all the vet who was “tired of the publicity” should have his license taken away for handing Joy over to some woman just “to get her out of his hospital” when Joy was still being treated for injuries! What kind of vet does that?? And the article that was written about “Baby Yoga” sure didn’t help matters by bringing this poor cat to everyone’s attention, including the WRONG people who just want to make money off of her. Nice job!

  3. So this cat is in the hospital being treated for illness and/or injury and the vet doesn’t contact the people paying the bill? Instead, they turn the cat over to animal control? This does not make sense. Who paid the vet bill? How does a third party even become involved and why release a cat which is clearly sick and undergoing treatment? This is outrageous.

  4. The veterinarian wanted “Joy” out of his hospital… Do you see what I mean about that state? The animal care professionals are even like this. It’s disgusting and totally UNprofessional. What is wrong with that entire state? (For the most part. Please don’t harp on me for not parsing my words politcally correctly. The politics of that state aren’t very great either, btw.) I’m so sick of hearing about animal abuse and neglect in that state.

      • Amen! I believe there needs to be a national law that will give the same punishment no matter the state the abuse occurs in. And it needs to be strict and enforced. No more of this plea bargaining or putting off court dates again and again. It’s not right for one state to impose a 3-year prison sentence and another to impose a $200 fine and no prison time for the exact same offense.

  5. Here we go AGAIN with the negligent (when not abhorant) animal care in North Carolina… Just one more of a thousand examples.

  6. Threats mean nothing! All things considered, this is unbelievable ! What proof was offered of ownership? Vet records? I hope not just a picture because I could’ve provided that too off the net. Did the Alleged owner take care of her previously? Why was she in the shape she was in? Did they pay/reimburse medical expenses? Will humane law be following up to make sure cat is taken care of???

    • I want to know exactly where Joy was when she was supposedly returned to someone claiming to be the owner. What proof did they show? Was information taken in case there were questions? There needs to be an investigation on this, which may actually be happening behind the scenes.

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