- Associated Press - Sunday, February 9, 2014

WASHINGTON, Utah (AP) - Three organizations are posting rewards for information in the case of a feral cat that survived being shot through the face and body with an arrow in southern Utah.

KUTV-TV reports (https://bit.ly/1gXRr3S ) the Humane Society of Utah and Humane Society of the United States are each offering $3,000 and Best Friends Animal Society of Kanab is posting $1,000.

Officials with the nonprofit organization One More Chance C.A.T.S. say the impaled feline was found Wednesday in Washington City.

A veterinarian removed the arrow and the cat is expected to survive.

The animal is now being called Quiver.

Washington City police spokesman Ed Kantor says there are no suspects, and it’s unclear whether the cat was intentionally targeted.

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Information from: KUTV-TV, https://www.kutv.com/

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