At the Jackson County Animal Shelter in Michigan, a kitten is recovering after a juvenile is alleged to have placed the 10-month-old feline in a hot oven earlier in the month. The mother of the child brought the cat to the shelter because she didn’t have the resources to treat the animal.
According to the shelter, the kitten suffered burns on her body, paws and ears.
“The cat was in really bad shape and is taking a long time to get better, especially with respiratory issues and breathing,” Lydia Sattler, the director of Jackson County Animal Shelter stated.
The kitten, now named Suri, short for survivor continues to have her wounds treated, however still has breathing problems.
The case is now under investigation.
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