LONG BEACH (AP) — Long Beach police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the person who set a cat on fire.
A police department press release Thursday says officers found the severely burned cat Sunday morning on Daisy Avenue, its fur still smoldering.READ MORE: Police Pursuit Ends With Crash, 3 Arrests Thursday In Hollywood
Officers took the animal to an emergency veterinary hospital where it was examined and euthanized.READ MORE: Water Main Break Closes Part Of La Cienega Boulevard In West Hollywood
The cat, a young adult, appeared to be predominant dark gray or black, had white hind feet and a white face patch.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Long Beach police.MORE NEWS: South LA Residents Impacted By June 30th Botched Fireworks Explosion Still Dealing With Fallout
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