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Ga. investigators seek person who shot cat with arrow

Sheriff's investigators in Georgia say the unknown individual who shot a family's cat with an arrow will be charged if caught:

Tom's owner said he normally spent 90 percent of his time inside, but after this incident he won't go outside again.
Hancock believes someone living close to his home intentionally hurt his cat. He also thinks the person who shot the arrow tried to take the arrow out because the end was broken off and could have not have been shot like that.
Tift County Sheriff's investigators say if they find out who committed this cruel act they will face charges.

Read the full story on the First Coast News web site.

By Washington Post Editors  |  February 17, 2010; 5:19 AM ET
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