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Q. Regarding "Choosing a new vet" article, the Maine Coone in the photo looks like my lost cat Sam. Where was the photo taken, where is the cat now?

A. The photo is likely a stock photo of a cat. Contact the local veterinary clinics and shelters. Give them a description of your cat. I hope your cat returns home safe and sound. If your cat is microchipped, confirm your contact information is up to date with the microchip company.

Answered By
ANGEL ALVARADO

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