Samosa, Cat That Survived Being Hit By Car, Finds A Home

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Samosa the cat, left for dead just one month ago, has now been adopted. (Photo courtesy MSPCA)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- Poor little Samosa was left for dead last month after being struck by a car.

She was cold, hungry, and injured, crying under a porch in Lawrence--but a Good Samaritan heard her and brought her to the MSPCA's Nevins Farm facility in nearby Methuen on Nov. 20. 

She was rushed to their Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston, where she underwent surgery for the fractures to her elbow and pelvis.

But now, the MSPCA says, Samosa has been adopted!

"It turned out Samosa's new adopter had himself lost his previous cat after a long illness," the MSPCA's Rob Halpin told WBZ NewsRadio 1030. "But he had adopted that cat out of a New Hampshire animal shelter after someone had brought that cat in after she was hit by a car."

Halpin says the man is from Bradford, and the MSPCA is confident he will take good care of Samosa. 

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens reports

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