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Police Looking For Tips After Cat Died When Tossed From Car In Parry Sound, Ont.

The Canadian Press, 04 Sep, 2018
  • Police Looking For Tips After Cat Died When Tossed From Car In Parry Sound, Ont.
PARRY SOUND, Ont. — Police are asking for the public's help after a cat was thrown from a moving car and died.
 
 
Ontario Provincial Police say someone tossed an orange and white cat from the passenger side of a car around 5 p.m. Monday in Parry Sound, Ont.
 
 
They say the cat died from its injuries after it hit a concrete retaining wall.
 
 
Police are treating it as an animal cruelty case.
 
 
They say a witness said the vehicle may be a dark-coloured Honda.
 
 
Police say the cat had no name tag, but was wearing a pink and yellow collar.

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