Are Rescues Wrong To Transport These Pets?

Last month, I was helping a friend at her veterinary practice when a new client came in with a Sphinx cat. He was underweight, with a distended abdomen, and looked in general illthrift. The client said she’d bought him two days earlier from a “single household breeder” and reported that he was up-to-date on vaccines. She just needed an exam so her health guarantee would be good.

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