A photo taken by Moss Point police shows injuries a cat suffered that led to its death by scalding. A necropsy showed the cat died from severe thermal burns over the majority of its body.
A photo taken by Moss Point police shows injuries a cat suffered that led to its death by scalding. A necropsy showed the cat died from severe thermal burns over the majority of its body. Moss Point Police
A photo taken by Moss Point police shows injuries a cat suffered that led to its death by scalding. A necropsy showed the cat died from severe thermal burns over the majority of its body. Moss Point Police

Police know where cat was scalded. Here’s why they haven’t made arrests.

December 16, 2016 03:03 PM

UPDATED December 16, 2016 07:49 PM

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