An animal charity is appealing for info after a 4th cat is thought to have actually “fallen” from the very same block of flats in Aberdeen.
On October 28, the Scottish SPCA were contacted us to Regent Court to reports of a cat lying stable and throwing up.
The Scottish fold, who was at least 2 years of ages, was required to a regional veterinarian by animal rescue officers who needed to amputate his leg due to the level of his injuries.
It is the 4th cat thought to have actually fallen from the flats, and the charity are now appealing for info to discover how the events took place.
Scottish SPCA animal rescue officer Aimee Findlay stated, “I showed up to discover the male cat snuggled in a stack of leaves. He is 2 years of ages, grey and a Scottish fold.
” He was unresponsive when I approached and I was shocked to discover him lying there exposed to the strong winds.
” I took him to the veterinarians where they discovered his front leg to be totally broken and twisted. Sadly, the leg needed to be cut off due to the level of the injuries he had actually sustained.
” We have actually regretfully heard that numerous other felines have actually just recently been killed or hurt after falling from the very same block of flats.
” We advise anyone who acknowledges this charming young boy, or who resides in Regent Court and owns a cat, to please contact us by calling our personal animal helpline on 03000 999 999“