RUSHVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Tuesday morning, a cat was found shot with an arrow. The cat survived the wound, but remains in critical condition at Jackman's Animal Clinic in Milroy, Ind.
Rushville residents found the female cat lying outside their home early Tuesday morning. Officials believe the cat is about two or three years old. She was not wearing a collar.
Our partners at the Rushville Republican report the arrow did appear to have penetrated the liver. Police have taken the arrow as evidence.
The emergency treatment for the cat will be covered out of a fund from donations made to the Rushville Animal Shelter. Donations may be made to: Rushville Animal Shelter, 223 Smiley Ave., Rushville, IN 46173. The Rushville Animal Shelter can be reached at 765-932-4754.
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