Whether intentionally abused or injured during trapping, NC cat will need a forever home

Update! Transferred to a northern rescue in partnership with Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County, Thank you rescues!

Whether this sweet Cabarrus County, North Carolina kitty was intentionally abused or injured during trapping, she will need a forever home once her stray hold is up at the rural Concord shelter.

photo Carabbus County Animal Shelter
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Her information can be found here, as well as anyone wishing to pledge for her rescue.

Animal ID: 8085
Breed: DOMESTIC SHORT HAIR
Gender: F
Age: OVER 12 MONTHS
Color: CALICO
Found: 10/15/2018
calico cat found on Faith Dr

She has been seen by the shelter veterinarian and cleaned up and is doing fine. Let’s do all we can to find this poor girl a forever home or a rescue or foster who can keep her until the perfect family comes along. More information or to rescue or adopt or if this is your cat please contact Marleen Jenkins.

I’m curious. How do all of you think she injured her nose? My guess would be she went crazy when trapped and scraped it.

5 thoughts on “Whether intentionally abused or injured during trapping, NC cat will need a forever home”

  1. Poor little thing!!! I agree she kept banging her nose on the trap. Looks like a pretty bad scrape, but it will most likely heal with proper care. She’s a cutie pie, and I hope she gets a forever home very soon.

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