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Hurricane Refugee in a Sock Sweater

Sarah was at PetSmart in Raleigh, North Carolina a few days ago. Banfield Veterinary Hospital was also there with pets to adopt at the same time. One of them was this tiny kitten, who was picked up during the rains that hurricane Matthew brought to the region. Someone made him a tiny little sweater to keep him warm -out of a sock! It certainly flatters him. Sarah considered adopting him, but a family with children snapped him up immediately.
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