Beware kitten and puppy scams, as pandemic leads to spike in pet ripoffs
It starts with a photo — a big, doe-eyed close-up — of a kitten or puppy. To many, the price seems impossibly low for that promise of fluffy affection. That’s how to hook a buyer, and unscrupulous scammers know it.
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