Local law office donates money to two local cats that are set to both lose limbs

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A local law office has donated $624 dollars towards the surgical care for Mary Jane and Peter Parker, the kittens that are both losing a leg due to severe injuries.

Staff and management from Katerberg and Associates donated $624 dollars today after hearing the stories of Mary Jane and Peter Parker.

Peter Parker was found earlier this week after being thrown out of a moving vehicle in Taylor. Mary Jane was found by a good samaritan, in the same area as Peter Parker, also suffering from similar injuries. The SPCA said they believe Mary Jane could be Peter Parker’s sister based on age and location. Both have to have a leg amputated because of the severity of the injuries.

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Candace Buchamer with the SPCA says that the law office has also issued the challenge to other Law Officers, Notaries, Accountants and other professional offices to donate or match their donation.


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