ASPCA: Beaten cat recovered enough for adoption

The battered cat rescued after a man slammed him against a wall inside a Bed-Stuy Chinese restaurant has recovered enough to be put up for

Fulton the cat spent weeks recovering.

Fulton the cat spent weeks recovering. (5/10/16)

BROOKLYN - The battered cat rescued after a man slammed him against a wall inside a Bed-Stuy Chinese restaurant has recovered enough to be put up for adoption, according to the ASPCA.

Fulton the cat spent weeks recovering. 

The cat was allegedly attacked by 28-year-old Salah Zaid in a Fulton Street restaurant. Police arrested Zaid on animal cruelty charges.

Despite the charges, neighbors say there won't be a happy ending until Fulton finds a new home.

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