Kat cheats on death after being held by an arrow and undergoing two cardiac arrests during an operation

A pet cat in southwest China has miraculously survived the horrific ordeal by having an arrow shoot through his eye.

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The local population brought the injured cat to an animal shelter in Kunming, Yunnan province on Wednesday, after he found him in a public square with a 10-centimeter arrow in his body.

Kunming Yixin Animal Shelter personnel immediately performed emergency surgery to numb the cat and remove the arrow. During the one-hour operation, it went into cardiac arrest twice but fortunately survived.

Locals in Kunming, Yunnan Province brought it to an animal shelter on Wednesday after finding the injured cat in a public square with a 10-centimeter (3.9-inch) arrow in his body

Locals in Kunming, Yunnan Province brought it to an animal shelter on Wednesday after finding the injured cat in a public square with a 10-centimeter (3.9-inch) arrow in his body

X-rays show that the arrow has entered the cat's left eye, pierced his skull and is buried behind his back. Kunming Yixin Animal Shelter personnel immediately performed emergency surgery to stun the cat and remove the arrow

X-rays show that the arrow has entered the cat's left eye, pierced his skull and is buried behind his back. Kunming Yixin Animal Shelter personnel immediately performed emergency surgery to stun the cat and remove the arrow

X-rays show that the arrow has entered the cat's left eye, pierced his skull and is buried behind his back. Kunming Yixin Animal Shelter personnel immediately performed emergency surgery to stun the cat and remove the arrow

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Shocking videos & images released by the animal shelter show the cream-colored tabby with the tip of an arrow sticking out of its head.

It is bleeding from the arrow wound and appears to be in an alarm condition.

X-rays show that the arrow entered his left eye, pierced through his skull and was buried behind his back.

& # 39; When the cat arrived at the shelter, he was clearly in need & # 39 ;, a veterinarian told the Pear news site.

& # 39; The end of the arrow protrudes from the corner of its eye. It was scared and did not allow anyone to come close, & he added.

Shocking videos & images released by the animal shelter show the cream-colored tabby with the tip of an arrow sticking out of its head. It is bleeding from the arrow wound and appears to be in an alarm condition

Shocking videos & images released by the animal shelter show the cream-colored tabby with the tip of an arrow sticking out of its head. It is bleeding from the arrow wound and appears to be in an alarm condition

Shocking videos & images released by the animal shelter show the cream-colored tabby with the tip of an arrow sticking out of its head. It is bleeding from the arrow wound and appears to be in an alarm condition

Shocking videos & images released by the animal shelter show the cream-colored tabby with the tip of an arrow sticking out of its head
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Shocking videos & images released by the animal shelter show the cream-colored tabby with the tip of an arrow sticking out of its head

X-rays show that the arrow has invaded his eye, has been punctured by his skull and has been buried behind his back

X-rays show that the arrow has invaded his eye, has been punctured by his skull and has been buried behind his back

& # 39; When the cat arrived at the shelter, he was clearly in need & # 39 ;, a veterinarian told the Pear news site

& # 39; The end of the arrow protrudes from the corner of its eye. It was scared and did not allow anyone to come close, & # 39; the vet added. The arrow was removed after a one-hour operation

& # 39; The end of the arrow protrudes from the corner of its eye. It was scared and did not allow anyone to come close, & # 39; the vet added. The arrow was removed after a one-hour operation

& # 39; The end of the arrow protrudes from the corner of its eye. It was scared and did not allow anyone to come close, & # 39; the vet added. The arrow was removed after a one-hour operation

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In the video of the operation, veterinarians can be seen using tools to break the end of the arrow before being extracted.

The animal is seen covered with bruises and stitches on its face after the one-hour operation. It barely survived, stopping his heart twice during the operation.

"We strongly condemn such shameless villains," said Guo Xin, president of the Kunming Yixin Animal Shelter in a statement yesterday. & # 39; We wish the moggy a speedy recovery. & # 39;

It is uncertain who shot the cat, but the staff in the shelter believe it has an owner who did not come forward.

The shelter said it would help the cat find a new home when it is fully recovered.

It is uncertain who shot the cat, but the staff in the shelter believe it has an owner who did not come forward. The hideout added that it will help the moggy find a home
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It is uncertain who shot the cat, but the staff in the shelter believe it has an owner who did not come forward. The hideout added that it will help the moggy find a home

It is uncertain who shot the cat, but the staff in the shelter believe it has an owner who did not come forward. The hideout added that it will help the moggy find a home

The above photo of the operation shows veterinarians who use aids to break the arrow before it is unpacked

The above photo of the operation shows veterinarians who use aids to break the arrow before it is unpacked

The above photo of the operation shows veterinarians who use aids to break the arrow before it is unpacked

A cat in Southwest China has miraculously survived the horrific ordeal by having a 10 cm (3.9 inch) arrow shoot through his eye

A pet cat in southwest China has miraculously survived the horrific ordeal by shooting a 10 cm (3.9 inch) arrow through his eye

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A pet cat in southwest China has miraculously survived the horrific ordeal by shooting a 10 cm (3.9 inch) arrow through his eye

In an update of its condition, the shelter today shared a video with the tabby who devoured a bowl of cat food and apparently had a strong appetite.

Grid users were left heartbreaking by the incident and condemned the animal abuser.

& # 39; How cruel! Pathetic cat! & # 39; said a user on the Chinese microblog site Weibo.

& # 39; For those who torture animals, karma will catch up with you, & # 39; another person said.

& # 39; You don't have to love them, but please don't hurt them & # 39 ;, a comment said.

Animal rights organization PETA strongly condemned the incident and said that & # 39; only a coward would abuse animals & # 39 ;.

Volgens According to Chinese law, it is illegal to buy, sell and wear crossbows without permission. We hope eyewitnesses in the city of Kunming can provide information about the perpetrator to the police so that they can be punished by law, & PETA Asia media officer Keith Guo told MailOnline.

No arrests have been reported so far.

The cat is seen covered with bruises and stitches on his face after the one-hour operation. It barely survived, stopping his heart twice during the operation

The cat is seen covered with bruises and stitches on his face after the one-hour operation. It barely survived, stopping his heart twice during the operation

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The cat is seen covered with bruises and stitches on his face after the one-hour operation. It barely survived, stopping his heart twice during the operation

In an update of his condition, the shelter shared a video with the tabby who devoured a bowl of cats well, apparently with a good appetite

In an update of his condition, the shelter shared a video with the tabby who devoured a bowl of cats well, apparently with a good appetite

No arrests have been reported

No arrests have been reported

In an update of his condition, the shelter shared a video with the tabby who devoured a bowl of cats well, apparently with a good appetite

Although China has legislation to protect terrestrial and aquatic animals, it currently lacks legislation to protect animal welfare or to prevent cruelty to animals.

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In September 2009, animal rights activists and legal experts began distributing a bill on animal protection and in 2010, a bill to prevent animal abuse to be considered by the Council of State, according to human rights in China, a Chinese non-governmental organization based in New York.

The draft proposes a fine of up to 6,000 yuan (£ 696) and two weeks in custody for those found guilty of animal abuse, according to China Daily.

However, no progress has been made to this day.

Although the first legislation to protect animal welfare in the country has yet to be adopted, increasing cases of abandonment of animals and serious cruelty to animals, such as killing dogs and burning cats, have led to serious resentment in society.

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