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Video: Cat bound in duct tape and left in dryer reunited with kittens

December 9, 2010 |  8:52 am

REUNITED: There has been much outrage in Riverside County after a cat was found wrapped in duct tape and left in a dryer. But the cat is on the mend and now there is new video from the Riverside Press-Enterprise showing the cat reunited with her kittens. Authorities are still investigating the case. "There is a good chance the dryer was turned on when the cat was inside," said Sgt. Jason Sanders of Riverside County Animal Services told KTLA News. "This is an act of a coward. Who would do something like this to a defenseless animal? I hope the person is found and brought to justice."

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