Cat found with arrow through his neck in cruel act

A cat was found on Sunday, with an arrow through his neck, in an apparent case of deliberate animal cruelty in Perth’s north section of Ellenbrook.

According to the RSPCA WA, the cat survived after a Good Samaritan found him and rushed him to the Ellenbrook Vetwest for emergency treatment. The examining veterinarian reported the wound had become infected and was crawling with maggots indicating the cat could have suffered with the arrow for up to two days before having been rescued.

Now named Beau, he is on his way to a complete recovery. He will be available for adoption as soon as he is feeling better.

If anyone has any information relating to this incident, please either message the RSPCA or submit this online form: https://www.rspcawa.asn.au/animal-information/cruelty.php.

Help this sweet boy find justice.

(Photo of cat shot with arrow via FB)

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  1. Nancy Raymond says:

    It would be nice if the RSPCA stood up and did something – post a reward and make a concerted effort to find this maggot whose cruelty needs to be prosecuted. Only due to a concerned good Samaritan did this cat get the medical help so desperately needed. This poor cat would have died if not for their quick actions.

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