Originally Posted by NoahGrey
Call your local humane society and make a report. They can go out and issue an order that they have to take their cat to a vet.
I agree. Hopefully the humane society in your area will act very quickly.
Also, I know there is just so much we can do, but as a concerned neighbour who knew the cat was very ill, it would not be out of line to knock on their door to enquire how the kitty is doing today. If there is reason to believe that they have still not sought treatment for the kitty then call the humane society immediately. That is what I would do.
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