(WICHITA, Kan.) — When Theodore showed up at Dr. Gerri Fraizer's office, it was the first time in her 20 years of practicing vetinary medicine that she's ever seen any animal be shot with an arrow.
"It looked like the arrow had probably been in there for a few days," she said.
Theodore is a feral cat and on Wednesday night, he showed up on a Wichita couple's doorstep with the injury. Dr. Fraizer thinks the arrow was there for a few days. Somehow the arrow missed all of the cat's major arteries and did very little damage.
"I can not believe that it missed the ear canal, it missed the cat's mouth," she said. "He's just very lucky, I don't know, I do not know how it missed stuff but it looks like it missed everything that it needed to miss."
Theodore was sent to the home of the couple that brought him in. They say that he's doing well.