Target: Will Bryant, Chief Prosecutor for Charleston, South Carolina
Goal: Devote more resources to finding the person who shot a cat with a bow and arrow.
A cat was shot with a bow and arrow, severely injuring him. The person responsible is still at large. Demand justice for this innocent cat.
“We are hopeful he makes a complete recovery and regains full use of the leg,” stated officials with Veterinary Specialty Care in South Carolina. Carolyn Ricker, Goldie’s owner, witnessed the cat running into a drain pipe underneath her house. When she looked inside, she noticed an arrow protruding from Goldie’s rear leg. The arrow was released when Ricker’s daughter coaxed Goldie out from underneath the house.
Goldie’s broken leg was surgically repaired and he is recovering. Charleston police are investigating, but do not have any suspects at this time. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear Chief Prosecutor Bryant,
A cat was shot with a bow and arrow, nearly requiring him to have an amputation. A $2,000 reward has been offered for any help in identifying the person responsible. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
Goldie the cat is slowly recovering after being shot by a bow and arrow. The cat underwent surgery to repair a broken leg and a half-inch long wound left by the arrow. Charleston police are examining the arrow for evidence and are investigating the incident but no suspects have been found.
This horrific cruelty cannot go unpunished. We ask that you devote more resources to finding this sick animal abuser.
[Your Name Here]
Photo Credit: Veterinary Specialty Care