Brisbane family’s cat dies after suspected torture, sparking warning for pet owners

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A cat has died after it was allegedly discovered tortured in Brisbane, sparking fears of a serial offender and prompting an pressing warning to pet owners.

Cannon Hill girl Samantha Woodward mentioned her quick haired tabby Snowy was found by a member of the general public on Barrack Street, together with his two entrance legs and tail minimize off final week.

She obtained a name from Snowy’s vet on Thursday, telling her they suspected he had been run over “however they weren’t completely positive”.

“They mentioned that if we did are available in to say goodbye to Snowy, that his accidents have been very graphic,” Woodward informed 7NEWS.com.au.

“However we simply took the prospect anyway as a result of clearly all of us love him. He was our household cat.

“He was in plenty of ache however he was additionally very drug induced.

“He was the identical cat, simply half a cat.”

The choice was made to finish Snowy’s struggling.

Samantha Woodward’s cat Snowy has died after he was found with gruesome injuries.
Samantha Woodward’s cat Snowy has died after he was discovered with grotesque accidents. Credit score: Fb/Provided

Woodward mentioned the vet wouldn’t go into element about what may have occurred to Snowy, however speculated he may have been injured by a entice.

However Woodward was uncertain of that concept.

“One leg was chopped off with bone hanging out of it. The opposite one was chopped off with a little bit of mince form of surrounding the wound,” she mentioned.

“It nonetheless didn’t clarify his tail.

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‘Snowy didn’t deserve what he received. It was a tough time for the household to see him the best way that he was.’

“The one factor we may put it all the way down to is torture.”

The RSPCA is investigating the matter.

Woodward says she put up a publish on an area Fb web page warning others about what occurred to Snowy.

However in doing so, folks have made her conscious of a person who was allegedly trapping and torturing cats within the Wynnum space.

“It’s a risk however we are able to’t pin it all the way down to that particular person,” she mentioned.

“There are plenty of animals within the space. I simply needed to warn everybody about it.”

Woodward mentioned Snowy didn’t should be subjected to the remedy he was.

“He was solely a bit of child. He was turning three in Could,” she mentioned.

“It’s simply terrible.

File image of Barrack Road in Cannon Hill, Brisbane.
File picture of Barrack Street in Cannon Hill, Brisbane. Credit score: Google Maps

“Snowy didn’t deserve what he received. It was a tough time for the household to see him the best way that he was.

“It was simply very upsetting to see.”

A GoFundMe page has been set as much as assist pay for Snowy’s vet and cremation payments. Any leftover cash will likely be donated to the RSPCA.