To the piece of human garbage who was caught on video as they dumped a cat north of the Boys and Girls Club in Franklin, Indiana, we’re going to make you famous.
Perhaps you didn’t know your cowardly actions were caught on video. The cat is now safe and secure in foster care, according to the Johnson County Community Cats Facebook page.
“After canvassing the area where the cat was dumped in Franklin we did locate and secure the cat tonight.
The cat is safe with one of our fosters. He is scared, confused, and stressed but otherwise okay.
The case is being investigated and we hope to see the individuals responsible face the consequences for their actions.”
The video below shows the cat being dumped and the vehicle leaving the scene (Facebook videos are notoriously slow to load so please be patient).
If you know who dumped this poor cat (and almost ran it over in their hurry to leave the scene), please contact Johnson County Community Cats immediately at 317 914 4211 and leave a message if you don’t get an answer or contact Johnson County Animal Control at 317-736-3924 or send an email to: email@example.com.
Please share this video with friends with the hope someone recognizes this vehicle or this poor kitty. Johnson County Community Cats, please keep us updated on the kitty.
And to the person who left their cat terrified and alone, would it REALLY have hurt your ego that much to have dropped the cat off at the shelter?
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