Salvation kittens Review

I am a licensed veterinarian and own a cattery. I have a website and advertise my kittens for sale. A person stole word for word information from my site and photos of kittens he took off the internet and is advertising kittens for sale. I contacted them pretending to be a buyer. The person specifically asked for a copy of my driver’s license or other photo identification for them to set up payment information. They wanted $500 plus fees for shipping and vet services.They are even using the names of my personal dogs and claiming to be a veterinarian themselves to get people to send money.

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