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NS SPCA Seek Information Regarding Person who Abandoned Cats on Hwy 103

Source: Quoted and images from NS SPCA Facebook page.



Update to this post- cats have been identified as two spayed females (after a medical exam from our vet) they have also been shaved down relieve them of the severe matting and are looking fabulous!


On Friday, February 12th at 9:45am, a red 4-door sedan was seen stopped on the side of the road near exit 3 on Hwy 103 heading toward the landfill.

A woman in her mid 50’s, with shoulder length hair was seen making an abrupt u-turn away from the cats (one on the side of the road, and the other in the middle of the road) and driving away. A good Samaritan witnessed this event and brought the animals into our care. These two kitties are scared and severely matted.

If you know of anyone who matches this description or have information that can help us locate their owner(s), please contact our confidential cruelty hotline at: 1 (888) 703-7722

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