A cat found at the Mystery Bay campground on Anzac Day has been dropped off at a Narooma veterinary clinic with the hope its owner can be found.
Mysteriously the cat does have a microchip but checks of NSW and Australian databases have revealed that microchip, and therefore the cat, has ever been registered to anyone.
The young adult, grey-and-white tabby cat thought to be less than a year old was found crouching under some bushes, unable to walk properly.
The Good Samaritan decided to pick it up, place it in a cage and bring it to the vet in Narooma.
Vet nurse Kate Sutherland said the cat after one day, was showing signs of improvement and was now able to walk a little better. There is no sign of a paralysis tick or any other obvious sign of injury.
She has contacted Eurobodalla Shire Council and the Mystery Bay campground managers, but neither could shed any light on the origins of the cat.
She hopes someone will recognise and claim the cat now being kept the Narooma Veterinary Hospital.
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