Pet Cat Plugged in Lakes Country! Rescued!

IN THIS PODCAST:

Gail Ventzke, founder and director of Cat’s Cradle Animal Rescue, Fargo.

Gail has been a busy cat lover.  She rescued a male feline, they now call “Bullet.” He was found shot, ‘clean through’ in rural Frazee, Minnesota. 

Sorry.  A yucky picture indeed.  Gail seriously doubts it is an “accidental shooting.”  Bullet, is obviously someone’s pet, left behind from a move, or sneaked out while the owner wasn’t looking.  (We know how that can go.)

That’s troubling…if true.   Really?  A cat gets out, or left behind and the locals make sport out of terrorizing a “pet.”  Big, tough guys I bet.  And, to make matters worse, it sounds like that’s just OK.  Ms. Venske says that there are reports that if people in certain rural lake’s areas report a cat problem to authorities they are told to just “shoot ’em.”

That’s troubling…if true.  

As I said on KFGO today, in my mind, a cat pooping in someone’s flower bed isn’t worthy of the death penalty.  We all should have more respect for life.  Even cats.  I know.  Bleeding heart. 

Bullet has seen the vet, is staying overnight, and will probably make it.

Bullet looks a little freaked out here, after the surgery described in the podcast.  Please listen and share.  

Cat’s Cradle is covering the cost of this rescue.  

We can all help here. 

(J

ack Sunday Amy Iler are talk-show hosts at 790 AM KFGO in Fargo-Moorhead. “It Takes 2 with Jack Amy” can be heard weekdays 11am-2pm. Follow Amy on Twitter @AmyKFGO. Follow Jack on Twitter @nodakjack.) 

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