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Posted On July 12, 2021
tomcat, the internet’s favourite rabbit-eared cat, has been rescued from a home it had been living in for two months, after a cat owner was bitten by it.
Tomcat, an Australian native, was found wandering the streets of the western suburbs of Adelaide on Friday, March 10, after the owner of the home where he lived reported him missing, the ABC reported.
The owner reported the cat to police, but a month later they could not find any trace of him, the news station reported.
Tomcats original owner, a pet shop owner, also had a history of problems with the animal, the report said.
It was only when Tomcat was taken to a vet in May that the vet said he had a life-threatening blood clot in his brain, but it was not until October that he was found alive and well, the station reported on Saturday.
TomCat, a 10-year-old tomcat who had been suffering from cerebral palsy and arthritis, was rescued by a passerby who took the pet home, the AP news agency reported.
“The owner of Tomcat, who is a pet-shop owner, called the police to report that Tomcat had been attacked and had bitten his owner,” a spokesman for the animal welfare organisation Save the Cat SA said.
“Tomcat was then brought into the veterinary hospital where he was treated and was released back into the wild on Saturday.”
Tomcat has been with the owner since his return and has been treated and is now in good condition, Save the Cats SA said in a statement.
The Australian Pet Safety Association (APSA) said that while it had not received any reports of tomcats attacks on people in the UK, they were aware of a cat attack on a dog in New Zealand, in which the dog was killed by the owner.
Tom cats can be found in Australia’s north, north-west and south-east.
Tom Cat was a common pet in South Australia until its release into the world in 2008, when it became known as the “sport cat” because of its long legs and wide-brimmed ears.
A small number of tomcat-friendly properties are also in the area, such as a property in Cuddalore and a small home on the Gold Coast.