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We have an 8 y/o male JRT. Unfortunately, he got loose last week and attacked a stray cat almost killing the animal. My son witnessed this incident and it has left him traumatized. We, as a family, feel we cannot keep our beloved pet anymore. He has been aggressive with other animals in the past, especially cats. We fear that this may be a wake up call that he will eventually attack someone else's precious pet or even a small child. Can anyone in your forum provide advice as to whether there is an organization that may take him where he can live out his days? We live in the South Jersey/Philadelphia, PA metro area. Thank you in advance for all your help.