I had an unfortunate tangle with a much bigger dog and my owners could not afford my care, so the Shelter is giving me the treatment I need. I am making a great recovery and ready to find a new home!
In many ways I'm a typical cat... However, I LOVE to open up my own cupboards, windows, and have even been known to play attack from above. (Please give me a tower to plot that friendly attack in).
Spots the Cat is Fighting for a New Life
On Christmas Eve, Spots, a six-month-old kitten was brought into the Shelter after being hit by a car.
Spots suffered some pretty major injuries. X-rays showed that she had a rupture in her diaphragm and a hip dislocation, both of which need surgery to fix.
Our veterinarian staff spent an hour and a half performing the procedure to repair the diaphragmatic hernia, and the kitten will be on supportive care over the next couple of days to help her recover from this life-threatening injury.
Spots will likely be looking at a second surgery to salvage the injured hip joint as well, which is where we need your help!
The Cheyenne Animal Shelter has spent about $500 on care for this kitten, and her next surgery to fix the hip dislocation is expected to cost an additional $500. Spots is also looking at several months of rehab care to help her get back to being a normal kitty.
Please consider donating to help give Spots a second chance at the life she deserves!
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