Published May 28, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. Author: Staff
Michigan's Humane Society of Saginaw County is offering a sizeable reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever doused a cat in gasoline earlier this month. The orange and white tabby cat, dubbed Milo, suffered chemical burns causing "severe skin injuries" from the gas. He has also suffered mental trauma. Humane Society of Saginaw County President Liz Quarm said:
“Mentally, sudden and or loud movements startle and frighten him but in general he is a happy sweet boy. He loves to just sit by you and watch TV.”
Donors who want to find the person responsible for hurting Milo have raised enough money for a $3,500 reward. Information about this case can be called in to the Tittabawassee Township police and/or made to the Humane Society on Facebook. Tips can also be anonymously submitted to the Humane Society by calling 989-501-8672.
Milo will be made available for adoption after he is healed and healthy enough to undergo his neuter surgery.