Radioactive Cat on the Loose
There’s a radioactive cat on the loose in New Zealand. A true story about Nuts, who was missing and radioactive.
This is another weird story from New Zealand.
Nuts, a 13 year old spayed female cat has gone missing, probably because of the spectacular fireworks display that occurred just before the cat disappeared. Unfortunately, Nuts had recently been implanted with radioactive iodine as a treatment for an over-active thyroid gland. The owner of the cat, Michelle Reeves says “She would still be radioactive.”
Ms. Reeves is warning people not to touch the cat, and to leave her alone. She tells people that they can leave some water out for her if they want.
Normally, radioactive acts are kept in isolation at a clinic, but Nuts was released and told to remain in quarantine in Ms. Reeve’s garage. On, Saturday night after the fireworks, the door found open and Nuts had gone.
Nuts’ co-owner Chelsea Reeves hope that’s stories about cats making it home from being away for so long are true. Here’s hoping that Nuts returns home safely to the Reeves household.