Humane society treating injured cat


THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF MARINE RESOURCES ADVISORY COUNCIL IS SCHEDULED TO CONSIDER REGULATIONS ON TUESDAY. STEVE: IN BRUNSWICK, A CAT IS MAKING A REMARKABLE RECOVERY, APPARENTLY INJURED WHILE LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO GET OUT OF THE COLD. THIS IS FREDERICK. WORKERS AT THE HUMANE SOCIETY SAY HE HAS EARNED OVER 40% OF HIS BACK FROM WHAT APPEARS TO BE A CAR ENGINE. A VETERINARIAN WHO TREATED THE CAT SUSPECTS THE WOUND CAME FROM A HOT CAR ENGINE OR FAN BELT. THE ORANGE TABBY WAS BROUGHT IN FROM THE RUSH TRAILER PARK IN BRUNSWICK. IT IS REALLY GREAT TO SEE THAT IN THE COMMUNITY, PEOPLE CARING FOR ANIMALS. IT IS REALLY GREAT TO SEE THAT. WE SEE SOME NOT NICE THINGS IN THE ANIMAL SHELTERING WORLD. IT IS NICE THAT SOMEONE CARES ENOUGH TO BRING THEM IN. STEVE: IN THIS COLD WEATHER, CATS AND OTHER SMALL ANIMALS OCCASIONALLY SEEK FROM CAR ENGINES THAT HAVE BEEN RECENTLY PARKED. IF THE CAR STARTS UP, THE ANIMAL MAY NOT GET A CHANCE TO ESCAPE.

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