Northern Boys High School students were recently questioned about who threw a cat in Creek.
The school inquiry came as an eight-year-old girl was greeted by a hero for jumping and rescuing a tabi named Puffy.
The cat’s owner, Nathan Ersky, was happy and released to see him alive.
“It’s great that he did it, stood up for the animal, instead of laughing, like most kids probably do,” he said.
Haha, Morrison put her life and safety on the Line Fishing Puffy off Stream, ignoring a group of high school students who she claims had a cat thrown at her rescue efforts.
“It’s a big heartbreak, I do not know what would have happened if I had not known about it,” he said.
The cat appeared in the armchair unpaid, and the local animal shelter became more worried about its rescuer.
“[Hian] was in such a state, I think it would have a lasting effect on him,” said Further Homes Marie Vin.
Southern News High School takes it very seriously, holding rallies to track down the culprits.
Rector Baldwin insists they will be given counselling and volunteer work at the animal shelter.
“It’s dead. If you are cruel to animals, you will be cruel to humans,” he explained.
Horia hopes that the boys will think twice about what they did.
“I would love to say, ‘Why would you do that?’ It did not bother you, so why to insult an innocent animal? ” – he claims.
Thanks to his many heroic efforts, Puffy finally returned with a safe weapon.