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Friend seeks home for crash victim's cats

By: Gabriel Roxas Email
By: Gabriel Roxas Email

Friends of a woman killed in crash in Scott County are doing what they can to help their loved one. When a deadly crash killed 29-year-old Anna Hamilton last month, she left behind more than just grieving family and friends. She left her beloved pets without an owner. Now as a final tribute, her friend is trying to find Hamilton's pets a proper home.

It's a mission Courtney Combs has taken, because she knows her friend would have wanted it that way. 29-year-old Anna Hamilton and her boyfriend, 32-year-old Brian Keith Way, both of Lexington, were killed in June when another car hit them head-on on Highway-25 in Scott County. "These are cats that probably wouldn't be adopted if put in a shelter," Combs said, "They're older. They're traumatized, and they need somebody that's going to love them and take good care of them, and this is all I can really do for Anna."

Combs says she wishes she could keep the cats herself, but her own animals are all she can handle. That's why she wants to do the next best thing by finding the perfect fit. "This is the last thing that I can do to repay her for all that she's done for me," Combs said.

If you'd like to learn more about Anna Hamilton's cats, you can contact Courtney Combs by email at Courtneyannecombs@gmail.com.

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