Just before the bobcat attacked, the quiet subdivision where Happy and Kristi Wade live in Burgaw, North Carolina, was the very picture of suburban tranquility.
Happy Wade was carrying a pan of brownies, and Kristi Wade was carrying their cat, Caroline Faith, in a carrier. It was a Friday morning, and they were on their way to a veterinarian in Wilmington, about 25 miles away, for a routine appointment.
“Good morning,” Happy Wade said cheerfully to a passing jogger before remarking, “I need to wash my car.”
That’s when Kristi Wade said she heard an angry growl. She thought it was just a neighborhood
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