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Internet Community Pulls Together to Save Cats Left Behind by Rescuer Who Ended Her Life — 6 Comments

  1. From what I heard she had lost a leg due to being diabetic and was recently told she would lose the remaining leg. I haven’t tried to verify this but it would be a hard thing to deal with.

  2. Feel sad whenever i read about pet owners committing suicide for various reasons. Isn’t their pets a source of inspiration to loving their own human life to the fullest ? I am more worried as to what would happen to my cats if i die a un-natural death as in these times of terrorism life all over the World has become unpredictable.Her cats should have kept her busy and happy.R.I.P Deb.Smith.

    • Sandra, it is America, after all! That’s her son sitting next her on the truck bed. Could be his truck or anybody’s. Looking at her FB page she leaned to the Left. Not too important here but there are plenty of cat advocates who are Rightwing….even ‘vegan terrorists’. RIP Deb Smith thank you for all you did.

  3. So very sad.
    She looked fairly young.
    I always wonder what could have been so horrible in someone’s life that they would want to get out of this world.
    One of my biggest fears is that I would die and my cats would be left to “a who knows what” situation.
    Thank goodness for the support given.

    And, a big P.S. to Jimbo-Woody – F-ck you!

    • I like the PS! People who are very tender towards vulnerable cats are sensitive people and the modern world is hard for that sort of person. Although we don’t know what happened or why.

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