Terrified cat called Stitch found dumped next to a highway in Adelaide

Stitch the cat is found stuffed in a garbage bag and dumped next to a highway - and owners say they don't want the cat back A police officer has saved a fortunate feline after finding him dumped near road  The officer on patrol in Adelaide found 15-year-old Stitch alive in a garbage bag  The RSPCA is caring for the pet and investigators are hunting for the culprits  

By Brett Lackey For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 12:08 GMT, 6 January 2021 | Updated: 16:32 GMT, 6 January 2021

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A shocking act of animal cruelty has been discovered after a cat was found dumped in a zip-tied garbage bag and left for dead next to a country highway. 

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The pet fortunately survived courtesy of a chance discovery by a police officer who pulled over to investigate the bag while on patrol on the outskirts of Adelaide. 

Inside the bag, partly hidden in long grass on the side of Gorge Road in the Adelaide Hills, the officer found 15-year-old feline Stitch after stopping about 6pm on Monday night. 

Stitch, a 15-year-old cat (pictured) has been found alive after being left for dead in a zip-tied garbage bag on the outskirts of Adelaide

Stitch, a 15-year-old cat (pictured) has been found alive after being left for dead in a zip-tied garbage bag on the outskirts of Adelaide 

The pet was discovered in the Adelaide Hills after a police officer pulled over to investigate the bag on a remote highway (pictured)

The pet was discovered in the Adelaide Hills after a police officer pulled over to investigate the bag on a remote highway (pictured) 

Investigators are now trying to find out when Stitch was left next to the road and by

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