Newton’s mom Lou Willows was devastated to tell her son that his beloved cat had died !

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My mom shared her grief at having to tell her son that his beloved cat had been killed.

Kylie Smith of Newton-le-Willows was horrified to discover her cat, Busby, was hit by a car outside her Clarence Street home onriday, January 13th.

The beloved pet was taken to a nearby veterinarian, but the cat died due to the injuries he sustained.

Discussing the heartbreak, Kylie said: “We kicked Busby out of a friend whose cat was kittens and Stanley cried when we picked him up because he was so happy.

St Helens Star: Portrait of 11-year-old Stanley with his best friend11-year-old Stanley pictured with his best friend (Photo: Kylie Smith)

“He loves animals so much that he used to take snails and ladybugs from the playground to school, so no one stood over them.

“Busby slept in Stanley’s bed every night after I took him in and they absolutely adored each other. When I saw the post onacebook about a cat being spanked in my street, I thought it couldn’t be him because I had taken a picture of him and Stanley literally minutes before.

“Then I saw the description with the reflective collar and my heart sank. I ran around the front and back garden and shook his food bowl, and he didn’t come back so I knew it was him.”

St. Helens Star: The family had Busby for just under a year The family had Busby for just under a year (Photo: Kylie Smith)

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The mother-of-two was grateful to the couple who witnessed the accident and took him to the vet.

St Helens Star: Pictures of Kylie's 2-year-old sonrank with the beloved family petPhoto of Kylie’s 2-year-old sonrank with the beloved family pet (Photo: Kylie Smith)

After being informed of Busby’s death, Kylie is left with the difficult situation of having to break the news to her 11-year-old son.

The 35-year-old added: “Having to break the news to Stanley was one of the most difficult conversations I’ve ever had with him, and he was so heartbroken.

“Busby had a little house most of the rooms, and Stanley took his favorite upstairs to his room “so he felt like he’d come back,” which was heartbreaking.

“While I understand these things happen and I wouldn’t blame the driver, I really can’t believe that someone who ran over a cat would let it go.

“Hopefully if someone hits a cat and then stops, another child or broken-hearted family won’t have bad news.”




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