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This is Stache. He only had 1/2 a mustache, so I gave him 1/2 the name. I found him at the local dump. His tail was bleeding and his legs so swollen, I thought they were broken. I took him to the vet, who said he had been shot. He is on an antibiotic now and I am hoping the tail gets better. They vet said if the tail does not get better, it will have to be amputated. He's not litter trained yet, but I am giving him meds and huge doses of love. My other cats have not warmed to him yet, but I am hopeful they will.
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