Pinellas County, FL – The authorities are investigating an animal cruelty case in Pinellas County, Florida. According to the local sheriff department, a “super friendly” neighborhood cat was shot with an arrow.
In a news release from the sheriff’s office, details about the cruelty case were released:
According to detectives, on January 31, 2024, members of the private organization, Cat Trap Fever Inc., trapped a cat that had an arrow protruding from its back. The organization transported the cat to a local veterinarian, where it underwent surgery to remove the arrow. The initial surgery was successful; however, the cat has had to undergo additional surgery and is listed in serious condition.
The three-year-old cat was shot with a black Wicked Ridge arrow near 72nd Avenue North and 33rd Street North in Unincorporated St. Petersburg.
Anyone with any information on this case or similar cases, please contact Detective McKee at 727-582-5827.
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