Horrific moment man picks up cat and hurls it out of skylight window

Disturbing moment man picks up cat and hurls it out of skylight window

  • Footage of the incident, believed to be recorded in Hull, widely shared online 
  • The RSPCA said it had received reports about the incident and was investigating 
  • Anyone with information should contact the charity using ref number: 00495124

This is the ‘disturbing’ moment a man is filmed picking up a cat and hurling it out of a skylight window. 

In the footage, which has been shared widely on social media, a man can be seen stroking the cat, when another man picks it up around the midriff and tosses it out of an open skylight, before promptly closing it.

Information shared alongside the video suggested that it had been recorded in a house just off Beverley Road in Hull.

The RSPCA said it had received reports of the incident and was investigating.

A spokeswoman for the charity said: ‘We are aware of this extremely concerning video and are looking into it.

‘If anyone has any information about this please contact our cruelty line on 0300 1234 999.’

Concerned locals called the actions in the video ‘horrendous and disturbing’.

‘What’s funny about an innocent animal getting thrown out of a window? It’s disgusting, it’s animal abuse,’ one said.

‘It might be someone’s family cat. I’m sickened by the thought.’

However, responding to the comments, one man who said he was present at the time said: ‘Everyone seems to think the cat’s been thrown out to the ground, it got put back on the roof.


In the footage, which has been shared widely on social media, a man can be seen stroking the cat, when another man picks it up around the midriff, left, and tosses it out of an open skylight, before promptly closing it, right

‘It’s been on and off for two weeks, it’s obviously stray – went to put it back out and panicked about it having fleas and God knows what else.

‘The cat came back to the window two hours later trying to get in.’

Anyone with any information can contact the RSPCA on their cruelty line above, quoting the reference number 00495124.

Source: Read Full Article