Rspca investigate after cat bound with cable ties in melbourne city centre
A male cat was rescued after he appeared to have been bitten in the foot in Melbourne’s city centre.
Two women living in a house on the 7500 block of West Kedzie Road are reportedly having a difficult time because their cat is so aggressive.
« As she goes up the stairs that are up there she does a little bit of jumping and a little bit of running around, » woman Shari Brown said.
« I told her to sit down, and she’s not doing it.
« So then I put my hand on her shoulder, and I tried to pat her and I touched her nose, and then it got quite severe. »
« My hand went right through the meat of her foot. I was lucky. »
The woman also said their cat’s behaviour has been very unpredictable.
« Her whole day, she is here out of nowhere, » Ms Brown said.
« I guess she has been walking aroun바카라d all day, and so every night she is around, she goes up and down the house, and she will go straight for the glass of wine, and then go to the dining room, and she has been trying to make a mess all day. »
A vet at the scene reported the cat was possibly suffering from a blood problem.
« As far as we can tell, no problem at all,카지노 사이트 » an animal care officer for the Greater Melbourne SPCA said.
The cat was taken to St Vincent’s Veterinary Hospital and has since더킹카지노 been put down.
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