…and Gareth Morgan wept

via featheredphotography.com

via featheredphotography.com

They should have just ended the little shit’s misery right there and then.

The hunt is on for the owner of a Christchurch cat who impaled herself on a metal fence.

A spike of the Burnside fence went through 20 centimetres of the female cat when it jumped from a roof.

It was rescued by fire fighters who had to put the service’s jaws of life to good use.

Canterbury SPCA manager Geoff Sutton says the cat is doing well, but it wasn’t micro chipped so they are looking for the cat’s owners.

He says they’ve given it a name for the interim.

“Had it been a male cat maybe it would’ve been given the name Rod. But Spike is the name we’ve given for her at the moment.”


Source: Newstalk ZB

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