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A Cleft Palate Won't Stop This Cat From Becoming a Therapy Animal

Alessandra Rizzotti

At East Tennessee State University, a student of Cindy Chambers, a special education teacher, found a stray 10 week old kitten that seemed to have a been born without a nose. Being a rare congential disorder for cats, this cleft palate has not stopped Lazarus from being a wonderful pet for Chambers. She now plans on training him to be a therapy animal.

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