Burned cat befriends fawn at NC animal hospital

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RALEIGH, N.C. — Russell the cat came to the Raleigh Emergency Hospital and Urgent Care more than a year ago when his Raleigh home burned down. He was trapped in the rubble for four days, suffering from severe burns.

Russell developed a fan base from around the world and has been nursed back to good health for more than a year at Raleigh’s Emergency Hospital and Urgent Care.

And now the same animal shelter that helped Russell is extending help to another animal, a fawn.

“She came in, she was hungry but healthy,” Alyx Reinhardt said.

Read more: WTVD

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