$1,000 Reward Offered Following Repeat Cat Shooting

San Francisco-area humane society seeks the arrest of the perpetrator after the cat died from the second shooting.

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A pet cat that survived a shooting in November was killed after it was shot a second time on December 16, and the Peninsula Humane Society is now offering $1,000 for information that would lead to the arrest of the perpetrator.

White Nose, a 3-year-old outdoor cat, was shot in the neck outside its home in Daly City, Calif. A spokesman with the humane society says that the shooter was probably the same person who shot the cat in the shoulder on November 5. A .22 caliber bullet was removed the first time, at a cost of $600.

Someone probably had some kind of vendetta against the owner or the cat, says Scott Delucchi of the Peninsula Humane Society. But aside from being tragic, its mysterious.

The owner reports that there were no warnings or other indications that someone might be upset about the cats behavior, which makes the case unusual, Delucchi says.

Anyone with information is asked to called the humane society at (650) 340-7022.

Posted: Dec. 29, 2005, 3p.m. EST

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Heather    Redlands, CA

2/20/2007 9:25:00 AM

Why didn't the owners keep the cat in the house after they lucked out the first time? If that were my kittie, I'd be paranoid about not letting him outside without me being right there.

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