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Adam's Story - National Justice for Animals Week

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Uploaded on Feb 19, 2009

The mascot for Animal Legal Defense Fund's National Justice for Animals Week is Adam, a spunky black cat who survived a vicious attack in Santa Rosa, California in 2007 after being set on fire by two teenage girls when he was an eight-week-old feral kitten. Adam survived third-degree burns on 45% of his body, and the case grabbed headlines around the world. Adam was rescued by an 11-year-old boy who also later identified the girls who committed the crime, allowing them to be charged with felony animal cruelty.

ALDF is honoring Adam and all those who came to his rescue during National Justice for Animals Week, February 22-28, 2009. More info at: http://www.aldf.org/justice

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