Pickles the stray cat brings Fort Walton Beach community together

Pickles the Cat is safe and back in Fort Walton Beach. After vitriolic comments on social media, Pickles may not be safe living at Publix anymore.

FORT WALTON BEACH — If you have visited the Publix on Miracle Strip Parkway at any point during the past five years, you may have seen a brown and red-tinged feline named Pickles.

Pickles, for many, has become the unofficial mascot for the area surrounding the store, with employees taking care of her on a regular basis.

But the feline recently became the center of a social media firestorm that was created when it was announced that she was taken from the area.

Although she is now safe, citizens in Fort Walton Beach who have taken care of her are now wondering whether she would be safe to return to the nest she has made for herself.

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