This ‘Utter Bastard Of A Cat' Needs A Family Pronto
4 monthes ago - By Scary Mommy
Mr. Biggles the cat needs a home, if you dare
Sometimes, even the kind people at pet rescue agencies get fed up. That may have been what happened when they sat down to write the adoption listing for one Mr. Biggles, aka Lord Bigglesworth.
Because it doesn't pull any punches.
According to their Facebook page , the Cat People of Melbourne offer “Welfare • Advocacy • Support - for rescued cats the and people who care for them” in Australia.
Their well of support may have run a bit dry for Mr. Biggles, who got one hell of an adoption listing on the Pet Rescue website . According to the...
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