BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — "Fish" the cat has found his forever home after being abandoned at Fisher College on Beacon Street in April.
The Animal Rescue League of Boston announced on Thursday that Fish has officially been adopted.
"Just wanted to let you know that Fish, the cat that was abandoned on the campus of Fisher College a couple of months ago has started the next chapter of his life and has been adopted!," a spokesperson for the Animal Rescue League of Boston said. "ARL Law Enforcement is still seeking information regarding who may have abandoned the cat, but wanted to pass along this good news."
Since Fish was found abandoned in a cardboard box in a parking spot outside Fisher College, the ARL of Boston’s Law Enforcement Department has been investigating and is looking to charge the person responsible for leaving Fish with willful abandonment. They have asked anyone with information to come forward.
Video footage shows a man tossing a box from his car onto the street and then driving away. A Fisher College employee later found the box containing 2-year-old Fish and contacted authorities.
After being examined, officials said Fish was in good health and had no signs of abuse or neglect. The black and white cat was later put up for adoption.