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February 2017 Newsletter

Feb. 2017 B.E. Newsletter

Pet of the Month

Pandora

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pandora

Found along the side of Hwy 220, my littermates scattered when the car stopped to try and gather us. I lagged behind a bit, the smaller of them, so I was captured, and not very happy about it either. No one else was found. I was then taken to the shelter, but was sooooo tiny, at about 2 weeks of age. I hissed and spat big time, so they gave me space. Still being bottle fed, but not thriving very well, I was put in the pen with the four other kittens that had also just arrived. One of the 3 week old kittens, Fionna, immediately began cleaning my face and ears and acting all motherly to me. That comforted me a lot. I camped out with them, and when I finally decided I could be a kitty, they noticed a strangeness to my gait. Off to the vet I went, and the x-rays revealed that I have a fractured femur that was already beginning to calcify around the break. At this point, I could have it re-broken and pinned, or let it heal as is, as us kitties are great healers. We all opted on the latter. So, I rest more that the others, am given extra formula for more calcium consumption, but may always walk crickled. Have learned to purr and enjoy my tummy rubs. I need you, a very special person.

 

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