SPCA looking for owner of cat that fell from building
The Metro SPCA is asking for the public’s assistance in finding theowner of a cat injured falling from at least the third floor of anapartment building at 6969 Bayer’s Rd. in Halifax last week.
The Metro SPCA is asking for the public’s assistance in finding the owner of a cat injured falling from at least the third floor of an apartment building at 6969 Bayer’s Rd. in Halifax last week.
The SPCA says the HRM Animal Services received a call at 10:30 p.m. last Friday from the building’s superintendent who said somebody on a second floor apartment witnessed a cat falling from above. The witness said the cat hit the concrete and then later dragged herself under a nearby car.
The cat was taken to the Metro Animal Emergency Clinic and was diagnosed with a broken leg and bruised bladder. It’s currently in stable condition at the Eastern Passage Veterinary Clinic.
So far, no one has come forward to find the missing cat -- SPCA staff have named her Hope. Anyone with information is asked to contact 835-4798.