NASHVILLE (WSMV) - Martin the Cat who has been missing since a bomb went off in downtown Nashville has been found!
His mom, Malory, confirms to News4 that police found him in his normal spot in her closet of her apartment on 2nd Avenue North.
Some good news for two pet owners evacuated from their Nashville homes. @MNPDNashville @nashvilleFD USAR and @FBIMemphis Victim Services team members located Molly and Martin and reunited them with their family. pic.twitter.com/jmeon1N0jF— JPackPIO (@JPackPIO) December 31, 2020
The morning of the bombing, Malory escaped after hearing the explosion and hasn't been able to go back to her apartment.
A woman, who was living in downtown Nashville, shared her experience during the Christmas Day explosion.
She says Martin tore into his food and was happy.
He also supposedly wasn't happy when the officer grabbed him cutting his vacation short and injured the officer.
Molly & Martin reunite with their owners today after being found by Urban Search & Rescue Teams in a damaged 2nd Avenue apt building. pic.twitter.com/Qb9N9lT6H1— Metro Nashville PD (@MNPDNashville) December 31, 2020