A cat living in the soon-to-be-razed Glass Bank in Cocoa Beach was trapped Sunday night.
The cat, which does not have a tail, will be examined to determine if it's feral. It's not known who trapped the animal.
Cocoa Beach attorney Tony Hernandez, who works nearby, spotted the cat weeks ago and fought to save the animal. He told Local 6 on Monday that the cat was in great condition.
"We're always vigilant about looking at that building and I've never seen the cat, except for this one time," Hernandez said last month.
At first he says he didn't think much of it, but then he thought, ''What's going to happen to this cat when they raze the building?''
Last month, representatives for Frank Wolfe's estate reached an agreement with the city of Cocoa Beach and decided not to fight plans to demolish the Glass Bank.
City Attorney Skip Fowler plans to go to court, unopposed, and have the dilapidated 1960s-era building declared a nuisance and unsafe.
The cat's fate, meanwhile, is not yet known.