Unfortunately, Rusik was killed in 2003, which may or may not have been the result of a deliberate attempt to do so. This is supported by how the car that struck him had been busted by him for transporting contraband caviar earlier in the same day, which makes for rather suspicious timing. Furthermore, it is interesting to note that a second police cat was killed after eating a poisoned mouse, which makes the incident that much more suspicious in hindsight. Whatever the case, it is clear that Rusik did his job well, so much so that the suspicions of a deliberate attempt to kill him seem all too plausible rather than too ridiculous to be believed.
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since my Ragdoll cat was a kitten i had been giving him this food, he never had a hair ball until i couldn't find this food in stores and switched him to a different foods, one of them being, "Wellness" dry holistic. when i found that i could order it online i put him back on the Feline Caviar, and with in 2 weeks after his body adjusted again to it he hasn't had any hairballs or thrown up! i give this food 5 stars! and i think every cat should be on it!
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I accidentally locked my cat in my car for three days. I feel bad but I'm glad she's ok so I let her drink from the running kitchen tap and fed her caviar.
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