The RSPCA is attempting to find the owners of a cat who was lobbed out of flat FIVE floors up.
The tabby was flung from the flat in Croydon, East London and crashed to the ground, shattering his back legs and causing a collapsed lung. The poor kitty had no collar or microchip, so the RSPCA has released a photo in the hope that his owners can be traced.
RSPCA Inspector Nick Wheelhouse said: “Understandably this poor cat is in a really bad way and we would really like to trace the owner as soon as possible.
‘It is amazing he has survived but he has broken legs and is in a bad way. He is in such a sorry state we feared the worst for him. He must be someone’s pet and they may be wondering where he is.”
Anyone with any information should contact the RSPCA on 0300 123 4999.