A cat rescued from a Mexican prison with prominent tattoos. Photo: ABC Australia
Mexico: A one-of-a-kind cat has been freed from a prison barracks occupied by a gang of criminals.
The gang also had their symbolic tattoo on the hairless gray cat. He is currently one year old and has yet to be named.
A few days ago, the Cereso 3 prison in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico was raided and the cat was freed. He had tattoos on both sides, one of which looks like a flag. ‘Made in Mexico’ is also written somewhere on the cat. Usually, the term is used by the Sena Loa gang, which is also a notorious criminal group in Mexico.
The cat is believed to have been in the hands of habitual criminals who have been abused and tortured as it appears to be very fragile and vulnerable. Although the fate of the unfortunate cat has yet to be decided, it will be handed over to a family on March 1 who will be able to adopt the cat.