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Cat found in duct-taped tote bin ready for adoption: Guelph Humane Society

The Guelph Humane Society says Tina was found trapped in a tote bin on the side of the road in April.
The Guelph Humane Society says Tina was found trapped in a tote bin on the side of the road in April. Guelph Humane Society

The Guelph Humane Society says a cat that was found in a duct-taped tote bin on the side of the road in April is now ready for adoption.

The black short-hair cat, named Tina by staff, was discovered at the intersection of Imperial and Woodwood roads by a driver in April.

The Humane Society had hoped to identify the feline’s owner, but no one came forward.

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She is estimated to be about eight year sold and has been living in a foster home for two months.

Tina was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, obesity and asthma, but staff said her conditions can be controlled by a special diet and calm lifestyle.

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More information about Tina can be obtained by calling the Guelph Humane Society at 519-824-3091 on their website.