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Master, Goose are looking for forever homes

Goose was rescued from a parking lot near Frankford Transportation Center, where he was starving and begging for someone to help him. Instead, he was physically assaulted by a cruel, heartless person. The woman kicked this helpless soul hard enough that he required surgery to put his organs back in place.

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After rest and care, he fully recovered and is in the care of Northeast Animal Rescue. He can be a little rough when he plays with his foster siblings, so it would be best for him to be the only cat in a household. He can be super affectionate, sometimes give love bites and even gives kitty hugs when he’s in a particularly sweet mood.

Goose, 2, is neutered and current on vaccinations, and has tested negative for the feline leukemia and immunodeficiency viruses.

For more information, to fill out an application or to volunteer at one of NAR’s three Pet Valu locations, visit nar.rescuegroups.org ••

Sweet Master is a medium-sized, 2-year-old boy who arrived at Philadelphia’s Animal Care and Control, at 111 W. Hunting Park Ave., as a stray.

Master walks well on the leash, knows “sit,” and takes treats gently from your hand. He’s very affectionate and snuggly, and is a total people lover. He cannot live with other pets.

Adoption hours are weekdays from 1 to 8 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ••

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