- Minnesota, USA -
On April 23, a cat was found tied up in a trash bag and thrown in a dumpster on 11th Avenue in North St. Paul.
Companion Animal Control said in a Facebook post that the furbaby was found emaciated and very frightened.
The organization also said that despite being traumatized for the unimaginable abuse he suffered, “he is incredibly friendly.”
From a subsequent update posted by Companion Animal Control I learned that the furbaby “is receiving medical care while he completes his stray hold. He has no body fat but he sleeps comfortably on a heating pad and so far, has a healthy appetite.”
The poor soul is not out of the woods yet, but the animal rescue is hopeful he will fully recover.
As reported by Companion Animal Control, after the completion of his 5-day stray hold, the furbaby will be transferred to Lucky Paws Midwest to continue his recovery.
Eventually he will be up for adoption.
If you have any information related to this case, please come forward and speak up.
The voiceless victim could not dial 911 for help and now that he has been rescued, he cannot tell us who did this to him.
Please, give him a voice and justice.
Please contact North St. Paul Police Department at (651) - 747 - 2406. Thank you!
If you can afford to donate toward the furbaby’s medical bills you can visit Lucky Paws Midwest. Thank you!
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