Thanks to your support…. this is the difference you make.
Meet Forest – On Jan. 9, 2023, Forest arrived at our door when someone doing some construction work for us found him badly injured and in poor condition outside of his apartment. Not knowing what to do, he managed to capture Forest, who was thought to be feral, in a clothes hamper and brought him in to us. Our on staff veterinarian Dr. Christine was able to carefully examine him. He had a bad bite wound to his left front leg and without a vaccination history, he was immediately placed on rabies quarantine. Dr. Christine began administering pain medications immediately. He was warm, fed, and we had to move at his pace to fully examine him. At first, it was feared he would lose the leg as the wound cut deep into a tendon. But Forest had other plans.
As he learned to trust us more, he began to let us treat his wounds. It turned out that he wasn’t feral after all. Forest is a staff favorite here. Although his leg is not 100% “normal” it is totally functional. Forest is now a very robust and healthy cat who is very loved.
Thanks to all of you who support our mission – this is what you do.
Forest is very grateful indeed!
The pictures say it all.