Actor offers Golden Globe as reward for information about glued cat
Posted on January 21, 2010 under Industry News
People who were outraged by the tale of Timothy the cat, who was glued to a Minnesota highway, are now offering a reward to make sure the perpetrator is brought to justice. Ken Wahl, who is donating his Golden Globe he won for "Wiseguy," is one staunch supporter of Timothy’s cause.
Timothy, who was in poor cat health when he was found at the side of a highway, has gained national attention for his horrific story.
When Joyce Borgen was driving on Highway 60, she saw a cat on the side of the road. She decided to pick it up and noticed that its paws were bloodied and had remnants of glue. Borgen took the cat to the Second Chance Rescue Center in Sioux Falls, where staff took him in for treatment. Unfortunately, the poor feline died from his severe injuries.
Now, people who are horrified by the story are offering a reward for the person who’s responsible, according to ArgusLeader.com.
The pool has reached $12,000 so far, and the story gained even more attention when Wahl threw his Golden Globe into the reward fund.