MOUNT VERNON — When Barb Annett, who lives at 14500 Old Mansfield Road, returned home Saturday night she found an upsetting sight — her cat had been shot with an arrow.



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4 Responses to “Family pet recovering from arrow wound”

  1. Another Local

    When you hurt my pets, you hurt my whole family. I agree with Local. Enough said.

  2. Mamma says

    Hmmmmm……Did anyone say it was wandering around “just anyones property” They have a large woods and perhaps someone else was on their property??? Besides, you dont just go around shooting cats or any other kind of PET!!!

  3. Local

    If it was my cat, had been shot on my property, and I found out who did it? They would be experiencing the same thing they put my cat through. It takes some kind of coward to shoot an animal that way. Wuss.

  4. Al Case

    Well if you’re going to let your cat wander anyone’s property it pleases you should probably not be suprised this could happen. You’re lucky it made it home at all.