Baby Yoda kitty missing ‘released without consent’

At the Humane Society of Rowan County North Carolina, an injured kitty bearing a striking resemblance to Baby Yoda from Star Wars, is missing and “released without our knowledge or consent to a person claiming ownership.”

The kitten, now named Joy, was found by a woman in Kannapolis who contacted the organization for help. The kitten suffered from a wound around her neck and an upper respiratory infection.

At the current time Joy’s condition is unknown. A statement by the RCNC has been posted on their Facebook page:

“Update: It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Joy is no longer in our care. Joy was released without our knowledge or consent to a person claiming ownership.

It is likely that hsrc will still be responsible for Joy’s vet bills.

We wish we could provide more details but are unable to at this time. We pray that Joy, still with unhealed wounds and not fully recovered, will be given proper medical care and make a full recovery.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact the HSRC.

We hope you are safe Joy.

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3 replies
  1. dinosmom says:

    You really should tell the full story. This is very misleading. The facebook page has full details. Cat was released by the idiot vet to a woman claiming to be owner of cat who had inadequate proof. The woman went to animal control and complained and the ACO threatened to charge the rescue with a felony for animal theft. The rescue held firm and would not release the cat on the flimsy proof but the vet at the hospital where the cat was being treated gave the cat away. Now the woman wants the money the rescue raised to pay for further treatment for the cat.

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  2. Bunny Peters says:

    Let’s see. Alleged owner gets cat from vet. Now she wants money to heal the cat (that she didn’t care for properly before the cat was “rescued”)……. Some people are simply unbelievably disgusting..,,,,,,

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