"It is beyond comprehension that trappers are not required to report when they inadvertently trap someone’s pet,” Dr. Peggy Larson, a long-time Vermont veterinarian, said in the release. “As someone who has tended to trapped cats, I can tell you that the pain and suffering these animals endure is morally and ethically unacceptable.”
For one cat, Drei, the week he spent suffering in the kill trap is becoming a more distant memory. And a woman who works at BEVS fell in love with the sweet cat and decided to give him the forever home he always deserved.
Now he’s meeting new friends and learning what it’s like to be part of a family.