Update: Cat Found With Bullet Wounds In Surgery

The cat, whose name is now Bullet, was rescued from Frazee.

UPDATE- Bullet, the cat found with multiple gunshot wounds is in surgery.

Cat’s Cradle Executive Director, Gail Adams-Ventzke, is with Bullet at the vet.

She tells KVRR that he will likely make a full recovery.

The surgery is to repair some broken bones.

Adams-Ventzke confirmed the cat suffered multiple gun shot wounds.

He will stay at the veterinary hospital until he is taken to a foster home to recover.

Look for an update tonight on KVRR News at Six & Nine.


Fargo, N.D. (KFGO) – A cat rescued by Fargo’s CATS Cradle Shelter had apparent bullet wounds.

The cat, whose name is now Bullet, was rescued from Frazee. The shelter’s director said, in a Facebook post, it appears the cat had an entrance and exit wound. He was also grazed on his back and his left front leg had an exposed bone protruding out.

A vet has cleaned the wounds and started him on medication. They are hoping his leg can be fixed.

Bullet is now resting comfortably.

If you would like to help cover Bullet’s and other cats expenses, you can click here to donate.

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