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Salute to Sugar Mama; Curses on low life who put kittens in bag

' If a person would mistreat an animal, they would mistreat a child.' -WENDY GOUSHA
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By Wendy Gousha

Thank you to "Sugar Mama" and to her family for taking in these kittens and giving them warmth and love.

So often people think that our four legged friends have no feelings and treat them with such disregard. These animals look to us for shelter, food, and unconditional love, which is what they give us.

It amazes me on a daily basis what people will do to animals and how mistreated they are. If a person would mistreat an animal, they would mistreat a child.

I agree with you that the person who did this should have nightmares about crazy cats; however, I would like to extend this thought to the low life who dumped these precious babies: May you always have bad luck and when you are no longer wanted and become a burden, you are tied in a bag and dumped in a nasty cold dumpster. - WENDY GOUSHA

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