An orange cat likely owes her life to the good deeds of some kindhearted people. Lisa Suhay of Norfolk, Virginia was one of the rescuers who came to the cat’s aid.
Suhay’s neighbors were out for a walk when they spotted a cardboard box which was moving. On closer inspection, they discovered that a cat was trapped inside the cardboard box, which was taped shut. The neighbors sought out Suhay because she had a cat carrier, and they pulled the cat out of the box and put her into the carrier.
Suhay describes the box as being a “tomb” for the cat, theorizing that the cat had been left behind to die.
The cat is currently being kept at the Norfolk Animal Care Center to make sure that she wasn’t stolen from a family and placed in a box. If she is cleared for adoption, Suhay intends to adopt her.
This case is currently being investigated as animal cruelty by the Norfolk Police. If you have information about this case, you are encouraged to call 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.