- WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS DISTRESSING CONTENT (ANIMAL CRUELTY)
- Cat, age three, was impaled with bamboo causing irreparable internal damage
- The pet was found by its owner after being left to die in a Clovelly front garden
- The cat was rushed to the hospital, but was irreparably injured and euthanised
- RSPCA are begging anyone with information to come forward and make a report
A pet cat was found with horrific injuries after being impaled with a 20cm bamboo stick and left to die in a front yard in Sydney’s east in a disgusting animal cruelty attack.
The RSCAP is urgently seeking the community’s help after discovering that the sickening injuries had been cruelly and purposely inflicted on three-year-old Pussy Baker.
The fatally injured pet was found by his owner just after 8am on Thursday 19 October in the front yard of a property on Mason Place in Clovelly.
In a sickening attack on an innocent pet, Pussy Baker was left to die in a Clovelly front garden
The cat was rushed to Sydney University Teaching Hospital where he received pain treatment, and full diagnostics.
Initial post mortem results indicated the stick was forcefully inserted into the cat’s rectum causing irreparable internal injuries.
Options were discussed with Pussy Baker’s owner, but in the end there was little choice but to allow the vet to humanely euthanise the animal.
RSPCA NSW is pleading with any members of the public that may have information about this malicious attack to come forward and make a confidential report.
People can call the animal cruelty hotline on 1300 CRUELTY (1300 278 3589) or make a report online here.
Penalties for aggravated animal cruelty can include two years imprisonment and a $22,000 fine.
In a disgusting attack, a 3-year-old cat was impaled with bamboo causing irreparable damage