Authorities seek identification of person who abandoned cat


Authorities in Boston are actively seeking the person responsible for abandoning a cat at Fisher College, and a new video has emerged that could help identify the individual involved. The 2-year-old male cat, now named Fish, was discovered by the college's maintenance staff on April 4 inside a cardboard cat carrier. Fisher College Police immediately reached out to the Animal Rescue League for assistance in handling the situation.

The video footage captures a white man wearing orange gloves, a dark jacket, and a baseball hat pulling up in a tan or gray hatchback vehicle in front of Fisher's Beacon Street campus. The man exits the car, takes the cat carrier out of the vehicle, and callously tosses it onto the ground. This act of abandonment is both heartless and cruel.

Thankfully, Fish is now under the care of the Animal Rescue League and will soon be available for adoption. The organization is dedicated to finding a loving and permanent home for Fish, where he can receive the care and attention he deserves.

Authorities are urging anyone with information regarding this case to come forward and provide any relevant details. If you have any information that could assist in identifying the person responsible for abandoning Fish, please contact ARL Law Enforcement at (617) 426-9170 x110 or email [email protected]. Your assistance can make a significant difference in holding the individual accountable for their actions.

Abandoning an innocent animal is an act of cruelty and disregard for their well-being. It is essential to remember that animals rely on us as their caretakers and deserve to be treated with kindness and compassion. The Animal Rescue League and law enforcement agencies are committed to ensuring justice for Fish and preventing further acts of animal cruelty. Let us stand together in condemning such actions and advocating for the protection and welfare of all animals.