The RSPCA has appealed for information,\u00a0after a five year old\u00a0Bengal cat was shot with an air gun\u00a0in\u00a0Corfe Castle, Wareham. On September 1, Indie returned home with severe injuries only an hour after being let out\u00a0by his owner.\r\n\r\nIndy was taken straight to the\u00a0PDSA in Bournemouth. Vets attempted to save him but the metal air gun pellet had ruptured his bowel and he died four days later.\r\n\r\nRSPCA Inspector Graham Hammond said: \u201cThis is such an upsetting case and poor Indie would\u2019ve been in a lot of pain from this horrific injury. Sadly it is not the first time he had been shot with an air gun either.\r\n\r\n\u201cUnfortunately, air rifle attacks are not as rare as we would like. The injuries caused by such attacks are horrific and often fatal. Cats and wildlife are normally the animals that are more susceptible to these incidents simply because they are out in the open with no one to protect them."\r\n\r\nThe RSPCA has asked anyone with information on\u00a0what happened to Indie to contact the RSPCA Inspectorate Appeal Line in confidence on 0300 123 8018.