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Nueces County Sheriff's Department Investigating Burned Cat

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ROBSTOWN (Kiii News) - Rizzie, a cat that was found badly burned near Robstown over the weekend, was put to sleep at around 2 p.m. Thursday.

A veterinarian with Oso Creek Animal Hospital said Rizzie was doing okay Thursday morning, but then she stopped eating, developed a fever and had tremendous problems with her skin from the burns.

A report was filed with the Nueces County Sheriff's Department, and they are now investigating Rizzie's burns as a case of animal cruelty; but they need your help. If you have any information that can help them, please call 361-387-5701. You can remain anonymous.
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