Glad he's doing better. What was the Vet's evaluation of possible internal injuries, and long term consequences?
From: Ardy Robertson
Sent: Aug 2, 2017 12:07 AM
Subject: [Felvtalk] And now for some good news.....
My granddaughter Toni made a visit to the little gray kitty who has now been named “Lucky” (rather appropriately) because of his survival, and possibly also because he is now free of the horrible person who did this to him. Toni got to hold him today, ever so gently, and she said she can see the pupils in both of his eyes now, and also that his nose seems to be healing amazingly well. It had been sort of split, so I was worried that it would hinder his eating. I think he had some mouth injuries also. She said the gal who picked him up, Rachel, is very in tune with his needs. Right now of course he is frightened, and so she has his bed in a box that has 3 high sides, so he feels like he is “hiding”. She is giving him lots of love and being very gentle. She has him in an enclosed porch so he is away from her other pets. She says “Update on Lucky: He’s really starting to pick up on eating, still timid but it’ll take time. Thank you to Toni Rae Jahr and her grandma for Lucky’s bed, food, and toys.” We have had other people offer to help with his expenses, and to buy him food, and other things. Somehow it just feels good to help this little guy, and to know that he will have a loving home now. Thanks everyone!!
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