November 28, 2021


We know our pets

Glen Cove law enforcement lookup for person who shot cat, paralyzing her and leaving her hurt

GLEN COVE, Nassau County (WABC) — Law enforcement in Nassau County are investigating a disturbing circumstance of animal cruelty soon after a beloved pet cat was shot.

They unveiled shots of Gracie as she ready to undergo medical procedures.

She was shot twice on Tuesday about 8:30 p.m., leaving her paralyzed.

A girl listened to the cat crying in agony outdoors her dwelling and saw the compact cat was not able to walk.

It occurred around Taft Position or Sherwood Street in Glen Cove.

She promptly brought the cat to her neighbor who is a vet who started to take care of Gracie at her practice.

The cat had a microchip and the vet notified the proprietors.

They are now hoping 5-yr-previous Gracie will endure surgery and be capable to wander once more.

They say she is incredibly welcoming and would typically amuse the neighbors when it would comply with her house owners every time they took their pet dog out for a walk.

They could not comprehend why an individual would want to harm Gracie.

The Glen Cove Police have requested the community’s help in acquiring the gunman.

Strategies can be called in anonymously to the Glen Cove Law enforcement at 516-676-1002, on line at [email protected] or on the Glen Cove Law enforcement Department Fb webpage.

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