NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Two cats lost in the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville have been found and returned to their owners.
Metro Police officers and members of the Nashville Fire Department's Urban Search and Rescue found the 2 missing pets from apartments in the blast area on 2nd Avenue North, according to police.
Officials said Molly (orange cat) was under covers on her owner's bed. Martin (black and white cat) was found on top of a closet in his owner's apartment.
MNPD/@NashvilleFD Urban Search & Rescue has located the 2 missing pets from apts in the blast area on 2nd Ave N. Molly (left) was under covers on her owner's bed. Martin (right) was found on top of a closet in his owner's apt. Cats & owners have been reunited. pic.twitter.com/hOKhSmZYbH— Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) December 31, 2020