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Cat discovered impaled by arrow: Reward offered by Nebraska Humane Society

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Animal Control officers and the Nebraska Humane Society were called to a property at 68th and Pacific Streets in Omaha on Wednesday after a homeowner found a cat impaled by an arrow through his hind legs.

On Thursday, the organization's Facebook page updated the cat's condition:

"Archer is resting comfortably in a kennel in our animal medical department. He will likely have another surgery today, but our vets think he'll recovery from his injuries."

The young male, long haired cat was rushed to surgery where the arrow was removed.

Anyone recognize this handsome guy? The Nebraska Humane Society has named him Archer.

According to the Director of Field Operations, Mark Langan, a $1,000 reward is being offered by the Nebraska Humane Society for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the culprit who did such a cruel act on an innocent animal.

Please call (402) 444-7800.

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