An Ohio cat is recovering after being found Tuesday morning after being shot with an arrow that narrowly missed his heart.
‘Oliver Queen’ was taken to the Humane Society of Richland County where he underwent surgery. Executive Director Missy Houghton said in an interview with Fox8 News
“He is extremely sweet. He isn’t out of the woods yet, we have to keep a close eye on him.”
Since this is hunting season, The Humane Society says it’s unknown whether Oliver, who doesn’t have an owner, was shot accidentally or deliberately. One person commented on their Facebook thread that the arrow is a practice tip that’s never used for hunting purposes.
The arrow missed Oliver’s heart by only two inches.
Click here to donate to the Humane Society of Richland County to help cover Oliver’s treatment.
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