Saturday morning Katie had allowed Mr. Wilson outside. When she went out around 8 a.m. to bring him inside and feed her dog, Mr. Wilson came up to her with his leg barely hanging on.
Mr. Wilson was rushed to the vet for x-rays, which confirmed his leg had been broken. Katie told Q13Fox
“I figured he had gotten attacked by another animal. But he absolutely no puncture marks on him, so the vet ruled that out pretty quickly. Three cats in one night, that’s kind of suspicious,” she says. “If it was one cat, accidents happen. But all three happening in a 12 hour period, something’s going on here.”
Katie soon learned that Frigg, who belongs to Katie’s roommate, had also been injured, but is expected to recover.
There are several vacant homes in the area, and squatters have been seen in the area. Katie shared that information with Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office, who are now talking with neighbors.
Mr. Wilson will no longer be allowed outside, and Katie and her roommate are looking for a new place to live. They no longer feel safe in their neighborhood, as those who abuse animals often move up to abusing people.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office at 360-676-6650.