The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter
Fall-Winter 2013 Issue
Arrows Hit Little Girls • Arrows Hit Little Animals
Arrow Shot Through Abdomen of NY Cat
A cat who was found with an arrow shot through his abdomen is recovering
at a veterinarian’s office.
James Gilchrist, the managing veterinarian at
the Waterville Veterinary Clinic, told the Observer-Dispatch of Utica that
the 27-inch arrow was still lodged in the cat’s abdomen when he was found
last month in a field.
Gilchrist says the arrow entered the right side
of the male cat’s abdomen between two ribs and exited from the left side
just behind his ribs. It lacerated the liver, stomach and spleen.
underwent two surgeries and is expected to survive. He has been adopted.
Police in the rural village of Waterville are trying to figure out who shot
Arrow Shot Into Leg of Eight Year Old Girl:
The child was outside of the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley, CA.
See the details at:
Arrow Shot Into Back of Seven Year Old Girl
A child was struck by an arrow while pushing a doll carriage on a street
in WI. The little girl suffered lung and spleen injuries. See the
Arrow Shot Into Chest of Cat in CT
The All Friends Animal Hospital reported that a “sweet kitty named
Elliot” came in on Nov. 4 with an arrow through his chest. They are hoping
to find the person responsible for this act of cruelty and ask that if
you know ANYTHING to call Norwich Animal Control at 860-887-5747.
Fortunately for this kitty, the city’s mayor, Mayor Peter Nystrom, was
in the area and able to contact Animal Control who rushed Elliot to All
Friends to seek immediate treatment. Elliot is resting after having the
arrow removed, although they don’t know if there will be long term nerve
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