Cash flowing in for dead ‘bus stop cat’
NEARLY £3,000 has been raised in memory of a “bus stop cat” which captured the hearts of passengers before it was found with “horrific injuries”.
The ginger cat, called Missy, was found close to death by its owner Richard McCormick after what is believed to have been a savage attack at the bus stop.
The 13-year-old feline was taken to a vet and had to be put down after it was found to have suffered a fractured skull, broken jaw and its teeth knocked out.
The tragedy has prompted people who loved to see Missy at the No.39 bus stop in Havant, Hampshire, to donate towards a plaque in the cat’s memory.
Any money left over from the fundraising campaign will be given to charity.