A cat has been rescued from a market in Bahrain where it had been dyed P and put on display in the extreme heat. The four-month-old feline, known as Pinky, was spotted at Isa Town Market last month by 17-year-old Bilal Aslam, who posted appalling account of the decayed cat on Facebook. The country’s SPCA animal charity acknowledge to his calls for help and staged an interference this week. She is now being cared for in a nearby animal refuge. The administrator of the charity, Mahmood Faraj said in a statement: has been given a accurate veterinary audit, but our vet has some burden over a achievable hypersensitive answer to the dye that was used. next task was a accurate wash to remove the dye. Mercury Journalist Pinky will be re-homed once the dye has worn off it will take a few more washes before she is back to her normal The teen who found pinky told the Gulf Daily News he thought the market stall owners had used wall paint on the animal. He said: was a pungent smell about it and it looked like it was slowly falling sick. Read More: Lucky cat saved from being burnt alive after bin men spot moggy in pile of rubbish was no food given to the cats and they had only a little water to survive the Mercury Journalist Local activist are trying to improve the circumstances on the market where Pinky was kept Pinky will be re-homed once the dye has worn off. Bahrain issued a new animal welfare law, which came into effect last year, after several high profile detail of animal abuse in the country caused foreign outrage. Local animal activist have reportedly been keeping a keener eye on the market where Pinky was rescued. The owners have now been given code respecting better airing and care for captive animals.