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Duct-taped cat rescued, nursed back to health
LOS ANGELES -- Authorities say someone duct-taped the face and paws of a cat and left it in a parking lot of an L.A. County animal care center.
Workers at the Baldwin Park facility found the 2-year-old gray cat struggling to breathe, but still alive. The cat, which they have named Amigo, is currently being nursed back to health.
Amigo will eventually be put up for adoption. If you're interested in adopting him, email AnimalInfo@animalcare.lacounty.gov.
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