WAHIAWA, OAHU (Ben Caxton) — A pet cat found with an arrow through its head has led to the arrest of a minor on second-degree animal cruelty charges on Oahu. According to a report in the online newspaper Hawaii News Now, Teri Fonoti of Wahiawa. discovered the gravely injured cat outside her home. She initially called 9-1-1 but the operator apparently misunderstood the call and directed her to contact the Hawaiian Humane Society, who then launched a full investigation and created a flyer warning other pet owners in the neighborhood. By late Friday afternoon, those efforts paid off when police announced they had made an arrest. Because the suspect is a minor police are not releasing any other details at this time.