By Pilar Martin
SEDGWICK – A case of animal cruelty involving a cat has been reported in Sedgwick, angering residents.
On the morning of April 14, shortly after 8 a.m., residents in the vicinity of Lincoln Street found a cat shot in the head with an arrow. The police were notified and the cat was taken to Sedgwick Veterinary Clinic.
The cat is a neighborhood cat that is fed by several families.
The vet staff has named the approximately 4-year-old male, Archer, after his ordeal.
“He came through surgery and is doing just fine. The arrow went through Archer’s left cheek and there was no muscle damage. He is very lucky,” said veterinarian Kate Jacob.
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