Witnesses watch with horror as a man jumps out of a car with a cat caught in a bag and slaps to the ground before he hits the helpless animal
- A man is said to have knocked a cat to the ground before he struck him in Brisbane
- The alleged incident took place in the parking lot of the CJ Greenfield football complex
- The cat has reportedly suffered a serious head injury, which has caused a swing in her walk
Investigators are looking for a man who is said to have caught a cat in a bag before he hits him on the floor and hits with his fists.
The alleged incident took place on Tuesday at 7:20 am in the parking lot of the CJ Greenfield football complex in Brisbane.
RSPCA said the one-year-old black cat, whom they called Adora for surviving the cruelty, suffered serious head injury and caused a wobble in her walk.
RSPCA Queensland inspector Jorick Walberg said the alleged attacker put a silver sedan in a white bag
RSPCA Queensland inspector Jorick Walberg said the alleged attacker put a silver sedan in a white bag.
& # 39; He then hit him on the floor and also hit him with his fist, & # 39; he said Seven news.
& # 39; It turned out there was a cat in the bag. & # 39;
The suspect immediately left his car on Freeman Road after being confronted with the football club's ground guard.
Walberg described the suspect as the appearance of the Pacific Islander, about 180 cm long and without front teeth.
Adora was transferred to RSPCA Wacol Veterinary Hospital where she is being treated.
& # 39; She was very scared of us when she first came in, so it's great to see her regain that confidence & # 39 ;, said RSPCA veterinarian Bronwyn Sharman.
& # 39; The fact that she has recovered so far is a good sign, but we assume it every day.
RSPCA Queensland asks for drivers who have been in the area around 7:20 am and have caught the driver or his car on their dashcam to come forward.
The suspect then hit it on the ground and hit it with fists, allegedly causing serious head trauma to the one-year-old cat
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