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  1. On a post on their FB page, the rescue has accepted her apology and backed down. The rescue thoroughly explains their policy.

    The adopter had a few people on her side but most of the comments were against her. Most even called her a liar.

    This is a sad situation.

    I’m very careful about posting pictures online.

  2. This is absolutely crazy. Muse wasn’t “let out” in the strict meaning of the terminology, it wasn’t “let out” to run loose, it was “taken out” under supervision, as it was on a leash.

  3. On the info here & the source article, it looks like the rescue are being petty, mean & political. How interesting that a rescue has such excess funds available to fritter on lawyers, how long is their queue for adopters? Maybe the whole fiasco is a personal vendetta against Pamela?

    I would put money on this foolish action being the result of toxic, internal politics at the rescue. Rescues everywhere are notorious for internal power struggles that impact badly on the animals they were set up to help.

    Whatever the truth behind this, the rescue are not doing their ’cause’ any favours, or the cats who won’t be adopted due to potential guardians being put off by this action.

    Odd Cat should know better considering they ‘specialise’ in cats with special needs. Maybe, as sadly as has happened to others in rescue, Kawczynski has lost her mind, or at least a sense of proportion

    I hope Pamela has a good pro bono lawyer & beautiful Muse can stay in his devoted, good home.

    • I purposely didn’t name them because I imagine lots of bad comments are coming in on the Facebook page. There’s a lot more info in the source article but I know people like short and to the point articles.

      • They can also click through and read the source article, whether the people involved are named or not here. People will make vile comments on social media whatever the source/truth of the story or ID of the subjects, alas.

        Michael has posted his views on this curious case, the sanctuary is named.

        I won’t be the only person who thinks that the legal action is ill advised and a misguided use of funds needed to help the rescued cats.

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