PITTSBURGH - PETA is offering a $5,000 reward for information on a Brookline family's pet cat that was shot with a bow and arrow over the weekend.
Police are investigating an animal cruelty case in which a family pet, Ollie the cat, was struck by an arrow in Brookline.— Pittsburgh Police (@PghPolice) October 17, 2018
Have information? There's now a $5,000 reward being offered by PETA. pic.twitter.com/12ccyacHD5
The cat, Ollie, was found screaming on the family’s front porch with an arrow completely through his body. The family rushed the cat to the vet but there was nothing they could do – Ollie had to be euthanized.
Pittsburgh police are investigating this as an act of animal cruelty.
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