The Great Gatsby was lost but now is found

Spitzenberger, Ray
September 2006
East Bernard Express (TX);9/7/2006, Vol. 63 Issue 37, p4
The article discusses the author's experience of taking care of a black cat named Gatsby. The cat was acquired by his daughter at an animal shelter in Beaumont, Texas. Both the daughter and Gatsby were separated during Hurricane Rita because she had to stay on duty at her newspaper office while the cat evacuated along with her friend.


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