After rescuing a poor cat found dumped in a bag and abandoned on the street, the RSPCA issues an appeal…

Some people are crueler than we could ever imagine. They disregard dogs, abandoning them to die on the street when they can no longer care for them or simply lose interest.

Some just abandon them in an unknown environment, while others are cruel, placing cats or kittens in bags in which they starve to death.

The worst did not happen to a cat spotted on the South Shore.

In February of this year, a cat was discovered dumped in a bag by the side of a house on Highfield Road in South Shore. The house owners discovered it and promptly alerted the RSPCA.

After a cursory vet checkup revealed no severe issues, the cat was transferred to the Fylde branch. It had an eye infection, was shocked and filthy, but otherwise appeared to be in good health.

The cat rested after a good dinner, some water, and pats. Belvedere is his name, and the staff thinks he’s roughly 8 years old. He was overjoyed to be with other people and quickly finished his supper.

Following the case of Belvedere, the RSPCA issued a public appeal to pet owners to seek help and guidance from the charity when they are unable to care for their animals.

This is becoming a major issue, particularly with elderly cats. As they grow older, people simply abandon them on the street to die. That is not a lofty moral footing, and it is a foundation for incarceration.

If you need assistance with your aging pet, contact the authorities; they will assist you as best they can.

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