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A Nashville country singer who survived the Christmas Day blast in the Music City has recovered his most precious possession — his missing cat Molly, according to a report.
Buck McCoy had to scramble to safety when the explosion rocked his apartment near the blast site nearly a week ago.
When he tried to go back for his feline pal firefighters told him he had to leave — and he has been looking for the cat ever since.
“I love you everybody,” McCoy told WKRN reporter Jerry Barlar, who posted the interview on Facebook.
“All the animal lovers around the world I want to say thank you,” the crooner said. “She’s here, she’s alive, everything’s going to work out fine.”
McCoy had shared eyewitness accounts of the massive blast that damaged 41 buildings, hampered regional communications, and injured three around 6:30 a.m. Friday.
Police said Anthony Warner, a 63-year-old loner, detonated the bomb in his RV.
McCoy posted “Have You Seen Molly” flyers throughout the area to find his missing cat and desperately scoured the area for her.
Authorities had set traps in the neighborhood to corral stray cats.
Then, on Thursday, McCoy was reunited with Molly outside his disheveled home.
“Somehow, someway she survived it,” he told Barlar. “It was water coming down for hours and hours on top of her…. She was completely freaked out.
“Hey Molly,” McCoy said, turning to the cat. “You’re a superstar now. No autographs at this time.”
McCoy said he’s already found a new home, and although he hopes to get his guitar and other personal items from the old apartment, he’s ready for a new start.
“I don’t care about the other stuff. We’ll get that other stuff out,” he said. “We’re going to get cat food, a littler box, and we’re going to start out lives all over.”
“I got nothing to go back to,” he added.
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