Cat thrown off 12-storey building
Tabby and white kitten was found on 5th June on the floor with blood pouring from its mouth by the residents of 12-storey tower block in Oldbury, West Midlands, according to dailymail.co.uk.
The 7-month-old female kitten was shocked and could not move its legs. RSPCA officials who arrived at the scene reported shortly after that Everest, named given to the cat by the rescue team, suffered only a broken tooth. Thanks to the emergency treatment at Birmingham Animal Hospital, the kitten recovered from the injuries and is now being nursed by local RSPCA.
Although the cat was wearing a collar, nobody has asked for Everest. Anyone with information about cat’s owner or what happened to the kitten can call the RSPCA national cruelty and advice line on 0300 1234 999
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