22-year-old cat in Queenstown looking for adopter as it's frequently bullied by children


Mandy How| October 21, 02:52 AM

A 22-year-old cat in Queenstown is looking for a forever home.

According to an Oct. 20 Facebook post by Siau Li Cha, the elderly cat is frequently bullied by children in the estate.

The children allegedly poured water on the cat and cover it with a box.

Here is the cat meowing under the box.

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A sizeable wet patch can be seen on the ground under the box.

The cat's feeder apparently told Siau that this has already happened more than 10 times.

To make matters worse, the cat is limping due to its old age.

Siau added that the cat is "quite fierce" and needs help in cleaning up its poop and pee.

She hopes that the feline will find a nice place to live out the remainder of its life.

Anyone who is keen to adopt can contact the cat's feeder, Piry Lim.

Lim communicates in Chinese and simple English, according to Siau.

Original post here:

Top image via Siau Li Chao 


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