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Cat escaping The Animal Rescue League, 1940

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cat The Animal Rescue League

It seems like a cat on this photo didn’t know that The Animal Rescue League in Boston was founded in 1899 by social worker Anna Harris and it was supposed to make animal lives better. Organization’s philosophy meant to take dogs and cats off the streets, teach of thoughtful kindness, and change families, communities, and a nation.

This concept launched the creation of an organization that has grown to respond to animals in need throughout Eastern Massachusetts and beyond. But these greek cats, waiting for fishers on the bank, look a bit happier than this cat, escaping The Animal Rescue League.

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