Social network blows up with outrage over video of caged feline|CTV News Barrie
After a video of a feline trapped in a cage outdoors in the heat, apparently without food or water, was published online, a social networks storm raged.
A Barrie household thinks it may be their animal, and the neighborhood has actually rallied behind them with outrage.
Devon Miller says her feline, Tuscan, left their home on Tuesday early morning. She said when she returned house that evening, a neighbour informed her Tuscan had actually been trapped in a cage on a close-by home.
Miller states she went to the residence where her cat was supposedly trapped and states the homeowner admitted to caging her feline and after that states she told her she drove it a few kilometres away. Miller declares the woman informed her she released the feline along Highway 90 in Springwater.
“My worry is that I’ll never ever see him once again,” Miller says. “We have actually been up and down Dunlop Street. We’ve been up and down Highway 27. We have actually knocked on doors. We got a lead he might have made it all the way to Angus.”
Many required to social media to accuse one female who they state is responsible.
“Seeing the pictures and the video, and knowing that was the last thing he experienced is truly challenging to handle,” Miller states. “My fear is the worst, but I’m attempting to remain confident.”
CTV News spoke to the woman implicated of trapping the feline. She reacted that she had been attacked on social media and said she was even threatened. She says she is a great, truthful, obedient person. When asked to react to the accusations, she replied that she would only consult with a lawyer present.
Barrie authorities, and law officers are looking into the online allegations.
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