Injured blind cat found in a Hatfield car park

PUBLISHED: 13:37 20 April 2017 | UPDATED: 15:26 20 April 2017

The elderly cat, who appears to have been hit by a car, was found in the Asda carpark in Hatfield.

The elderly cat, who appears to have been hit by a car, was found in the Asda carpark in Hatfield.

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Do you recognise this elderly cat who vets reckon was hit by a car before she was found in Hatfield?

The elderly cat, who appears to have been hit by a car, was found in the Asda carpark in Hatfield.
The elderly cat, who appears to have been hit by a car, was found in the Asda carpark in Hatfield.

An elderly black cat was found in the Asda carpark in Hatfield this week.

The feline is virtually blind and after being checked over at the vets appears to have been knocked by a car.

She is now safe at a private veterinary surgery.

A spokesperson for the Potters Bar, Hatfield and Barnet Branch of the RSPCA said: “If her owner doesn’t come forward by Monday she will be homed to a permanent fosterer.”

If you have any information about who she might belong to or if she is yours call the Potters Bar, Hatfield and Barnet Branch of the RSPCA on 07872 902710.

1 comment

  • I'm the lady that spent hours trying to rescue this poor cat. This cat WAS hit by a car, possibly 2. The rspca were aware of this. I helped the gentleman from the rspca catch the cat.

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    Kay-G

    Thursday, April 20, 2017

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