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Cat Tied to Front of Car: Photos Anger Viewers Who Call for Justice

By    |   Thursday, 26 Mar 2015 05:57 PM

A photo of a cat tied by a leash to the hood of a car driving around an Ohio town has gone viral and prompted Ohio police to seek out the person responsible.

“There I was, sitting at a red light, in the middle of town. I look up and see..... Cat. On a leash. Tied to the hood of a car. Driving through town,” Polly Vandall wrote on a Facebook post.

 

There I was, sitting at a red light, in the middle of town. I look up and see..... Cat. On a leash. Tied to the hood of a car. Driving through town. #thisJustHappened

Posted by Polly Vandall on Monday, March 23, 2015


The picture of the cat horrified many people, who wrote that they contacted the Humane Society and law enforcement.

“It was walking around and it was not happy to be on the hood. People around the car were staring at the cat — quite distracted," Vandall told WKYC.

“Surveillance footage from a Shell gas station in New Philadelphia shows the couple taking the cat for a walk before heading inside the gas station. When they left, the cat was placed back onto the hood of the vehicle,” WKYC reported.

The viral photo shocked many.

"Oh my," Capt. Paul Ross, of the New Philadelphia Police Department, told WKYC. "Just when you think you've seen it all. Wow!"

Ross talked to the store manager where the video was taken to see if they paid with a credit card so he could track the couple down.



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