A pet left home less after the murder of her owner faced an uncertain fate until our story aired Thursday. By Monday, that precious pet had a new home.
14-year-old Petunia's owner, Kim Flournoy of Jacksonville, was murdered December 30th outside the TNT Bingo.
Petunia was abandoned after Flournoy was killed and no family members were able to take her. We're told Monday this kitty got a new home and is no longer living at the PetSense store in New Bern that took her in.
A cat which belonged to a grandmother who was gunned down a month ago is looking for a new home.
Kim Flournoy of Jacksonville was murdered December 30th outside TNT Bingo and her 14-year-old cat was abandoned because no family members could take her.
Petunia, who is 14-years-old, eventually made her way to the PetSense store in New Bern and is now up for adoption through the Colonial Capital Humane Society.
The pet store says Petunia has no teeth and is not cat-friendly, but she is a very loving feline.
If you are interested in adopting Petunia, the cost is $125 and you can fill out an application at PetSense, 2025 South Glenburnie Road in New Bern. Their phone number is 252-636-0460.
Colonial Capital Humane Society can be reached at 252-633-0146.
There is a $22,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest in Flournoy's murder. Crimestoppers can be reached at 910-938-3273.
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