On April 10th, it was reported by ABC 7 Action News that a burned cat had been discovered in Sterling Heights, Michigan. He had been found by residents in the area on April 5th, and what the people who found him saw was heartbreaking and horrifying. From all appearances, it looks like little Snow had his front legs bound together with a rope, and then had acid poured over him. He was limping, starving, terrified, and had horrific burns on his neck as well as his face.
After finally being able to trap little Snow, he was taken in by loving advocates at Paws for the Cause Feral Cat Rescue in Chesterfield Township, Michigan. The first veterinarian to see Snow said there was no way he could be brought back to health, because Snow was also found to have the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), which is the feline equivalent of AIDS in humans. But, these compassionate advocates simply would not take "no" for an answer