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Posted By Vienna Blue in France on 1/30/2017 1:17 PM

I’m curious, what is her explanation of not taking Tiger for treatment, which apparently he so obviously, visibily, physically needed.?

(Be it her fault or not, she surely didn’t think you’d NOT notice ?! I’ve just thought, maybe she hoped that he wouldn’t make it before you returned and so you wouldn’t have seen Tiger again to see a difference!?! )

She had no excuse. She told me she had taken him and he had a broken pelvis and was told by my vet to keep him in a crate to heal. Now having worked with cats with broken pelvises this is a fairly common practice. So i didn’t think anything of it. My neighbor is the one who alerted me to the state he was in and I flew home a day earlier. Almost lost my job but I wasn’t going to just leave him there.

I also think that she was hoping he would die before I got home. Which makes me also think she pulled his tail or stomped on him.