Marshall was Rescued!
While a gas station is a great place to fuel up, it’s not a great place for a cat to live. But that’s where Marshall had been hanging out for months, dodging cars and begging for handouts, when a PETA fieldworker spotted him.
With a little coaxing, she was able to persuade him to hop into her van and take a road trip back to PETA’s animal shelter in Virginia, where he was neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped before being put up for adoption. In his new home, he loves “borrowing” his human sister’s toys and snuggling and watching TV with her at night.
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