|Jo Jo Yarjau holds her cat, which|
was victimized by a weird
person in town who shaves square
patches out of cats like this one.
For good reason. Some weirdo in the town is shaving small patches of fur from cats.
At least two people in Campbell River have said their cats have come home with small square patches of fur shaved from them.
This weirdness was first reported by the Campbell River Mirror newspaper and since picked up by media outlets across North America.
Two residents of the town Jo Jo Yarjau and Vance Assu, who lives around the corner from Yarjau, reported the savings.
Yarjau says her cat isn't particularly affectionate, so somebody had to lure the cat with food, then hold it down firmly during the precise shavings.
Yarjau and Assu said their cats are somewhat traumatized. They can tell because they are more jittery than they used to be.
The could keep their cats indoors so the sicko shaving the cats can't get at them, but they've been long time outdoor cats, and it's hard to keep them inside.
By the way, veterinarians state the obvious: You shouldn't shave a cat. You might injure it, and they need the fur. And the scary experience is obviously not good for them.
My guess is somebody around Campbell River has a strange fetish about cats. If you have a strange fetish, fine, unless it hurts somebody else, or some other being.
So, my message to the weird cat shaver in Campbell River: Get thyself in for counseling, STAT!
Or maybe somebody should shave weird squares into the cat fetish person's hair, to teach him or her a lesson?