Brownie, a 4-year-old cat, defied the odds and survived a harrowing ordeal when it was shot in the head with a 33cm arrow. The arrow pierced through the upper part of the right eye, causing a life-threatening injury. Thanks to the special care and treatment provided, Brownie made a full recovery. This feline’s story is nothing short of miraculous, having endured such trauma and now living a normal life.
What a pity!
Dave the cat had a brush with danger when he was shot with an arrow while out playing. The arrow, measuring over 35cm, penetrated Dave’s body, just missing his vital organs. Despite being injured, Dave miraculously made his way home. His injury was quickly noticed, and after examination, it was confirmed that the arrow had only narrowly missed his spine. For a week, Dave lived with the arrow lodged in his body before finally having it removed. It’s a good thing that Dave is one tough feline!
Thankfully, it’s a miracle that the arrow didn’t hit any of the critical organs.
3. The feline decided to stick his noggin out of the car window
Mischievous Casper managed to sneak into a vehicle and was caught by passersby who alerted the firefighters to assist him. In order to free the frightened cat, the rescue team had to use a cutter to remove a section of the car’s frame. Despite the difficulty of the operation due to Casper’s scratching, the rescue workers were able to successfully extricate him after more than an hour. Casper was immediately taken to an intensive care unit after being freed.
What’s the way for the cat to enter this place?
Casper is being saved by the brave firefighters…
The wheels after undergoing the cutting process.
Casper is currently receiving intensive care. The one-year-old cat, Freddy, got stuck on overhead wires for over 18 hours, after he climbed a pole next to his house and couldn’t find a way down. Luckily, emergency services were called and Freddy was successfully rescued. A Napoleon cat fell from a second-floor window and got stuck in a car engine. Rescuers had to dismantle the car to get him out safely. Sadly, a cat was found on the streets of Philadelphia with its body potentially tied up with bandages. The cat was immediately taken to SPCA for recovery, and thankfully, the cat made a full recovery. It’s possible that this cat was mistreated by its previous owner.