The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Man Calls Animal Shelter Reporting That He Had Duck Taped A Feral Cat's Mouth That Had Gotten Into His Home

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Man Calls Animal Shelter Reporting That He Had Duck Taped A Feral Cat's Mouth That Had Gotten Into His Home

Picture of cat with duck tape
It's a story guaranteed to anger anyone with compassion for those who can not speak. A sweet, friendly cat was dropped off at the Humane Society of Forsyth County in Georgia with her four feet cruelly duct taped. The cat couldn't walk and trembled in terror as she tried to remove the tape from her paws.

The egregious story of animal cruelty began last weekend when the man called the shelter reporting a feral" and "vicious" cat had gotten through his car door into his house and was terrorizing his own cat. He told us that he had put "duct tape" over its mouth so it wouldn't bite him."

An agent told the man to remove the duct tape from the cat; she would not "tear him up" and if the cat was truly feral, he would not have ever caught the cat. The man refused and stated he would bring the cat to Animal Control. One hour later, the man showed up with the cat:

"Poor Ducky. Not feral, not vicious- actually very sweet but very scared. His four feet were wrapped in duct tape. He was terrified."

The authorities have been contacted and are investigating this evil deed. For now, Ducky is doing better, and is expected he will soon be available for adoption.

For more information on Ducky and how you can adopt him, click HERE.

The Humane Society of Forsyth County is located at 4440 Keith Bridge Road in Cumming, Georgia. Phone: (770)-887-6480.
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