Farms across America are threatened by a myriad of issues. While droughts, supply chain concerns, and rising inflation may present risks to those who grow and harvest food, problems can be smaller and furrier. Fortunately, this is an area where cats with a wilder side can help.
In October, the Richmond Animal Care & Control (RACC) rescued a live-in farm hand from an abandoned local property. Upon his arrival to the shelter, the RACC decided to name him Hungry Hungry Hippo for just how much he was willing to put down in his first few days in the shelter. Yet, Hungry Hungry Hippo is not a semi-aquatic, sub-Saharan pachyderm but a fine-looking feline.
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