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I know Abbie, you're right. Nevertheless, I would take the cat and of course not mention where you are moving. I know this isn't "legal" but the care of the living creature that was being severely neglected over-rides in my opinion. The law doesn't care that much about animals. If you call animal control, they might remove the cat to a shelter. ...


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No you shouldn't. This answer is for your benefit rather than that of the cat. All countries, to the best of my knowledge, consider animals as property so they don't distinguish stealing a cat from stealing a livestock. In UK it is capped at 7 years of prison time right now. The same link describes an attempt to change the legal status of animals so that pet ...


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