Stray Cat Found Shot with Crossbow Arrow, Authorities Search for More Information

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CEDARVILLE, N.J. -

Authorities in Cumberland County are asking for help in finding whoever is responsible for shooting a stray cat with an arrow.

The Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office says on or around January 12th, Audrey, a multi-colored stray cat, was found shot with a crossbow arrow embedded in her.

Thankfully, following a surgery to remove the arrow, Audrey is doing okay and is currently recovering at the New Jersey Freedom Farm Animal Rescue.

Authorities believe the incident happened in the area of Main and Maple avenues in Cedarville.

They are asking anyone with information about this senseless act of cruelty to contact the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office at 856-453-0486 or text your tip and ccpotip to 847-411.

As for Audrey, once she is recovered she will be put up for adoption to find a loving forever home.

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