Youths Threaten to ‘Burn’ Terrified Kitten at Hendre Lake

A canine walker stepped in to rescue the black and white male kitten after listening to ‘distressed noises’ coming from a bag

A kitten is recovering from a terrifying ordeal after a member of the general public mentioned she noticed three boys threatening to ‘burn’ him at Hendre Lake in St Mellons.

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The girl was strolling her canine across the lake – a well-liked web site for birdwatching and fishing – when she mentioned she heard a loud meowing noise coming from behind some bushes.

When she went to analyze she discovered three boys, regarded as aged round 12 or 13, holding a black bin liner and discussing “burning the cat” that they had trapped inside. The girl rapidly intervened and threatened to name the police and the boys ran off.

Inside the tied up bag, she discovered a distressed black and white kitten – regarded as aged round seven to eight-months-old – huddled up inside.

The girl was capable of take the kitten residence quickly, earlier than he was collected by RSPCA inspector Simon Evans and brought to be checked over. Thankfully unhurt, the kitten is now being boarded by the RSPCA at a personal institution.

Sadly he was not microchipped, and the charity will look to rehome him at one in all their centres if an proprietor doesn’t come ahead.

RSPCA Cymru is interesting for details about the incident, which occurred between 4 and 5pm on Thursday 14 October.

Inspector Evans mentioned: “This type of incident beggars perception, and we’re extraordinarily grateful that this kind-hearted member of the general public intervened when she did. Although understandably nervous at first after his ordeal, the kitten is now doing effectively. He’s had a radical verify over, together with some flea and worm remedy, and is now protected and having fun with a lot of TLC.

“As effectively as interesting for details about this appalling incident, somebody might be lacking their cat because the lake may be very near residential areas. If that is you, please get in contact with the RSPCA.”

Anyone with details about the incident ought to contact the RSPCA’s inspectorate enchantment line on 0300 123 8018.

To assist the RSPCA proceed rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals in determined want of care please go to THEIR website or name our donation line on 0300 123 8181.

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