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Taco is neutered, UTD on vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Approx. DOB is Oct. 30, 2015.
Taco is a fun loving curious boy... and that is how he ended up with NAR. Somehow, Taco managed to get trapped inside a supermarket! The store security guard found him hiding underneath pallets of rice. The security guard walked around the store with the starved, limp kitty in his arms and asked customers if 'anyone wanted a cat'. When there weren't any takers, Taco was put outside. A customer contacted NAR for help.
A volunteer rushed to the store and found poor Taco in the parking lot curled up on a newspaper. He didn't have the strength to move but purred with thanks for the kind petting and warm car ride; he knew he was safe. No one knows how long he was trapped but Taco's vet, Dr. Radbill, estimates he was without food and water for up to 3 days.
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