hissandtell - 2005-10-12 01:12:40
Poor little baby Buggy. All my best healing thoughts are heading his way; I hope he's feeling all bright and shiny-new very soon. Who needs all those legs anyway? Love, R xxx
Greggers - 2005-10-12 10:26:35
You forgot to mention the hot gentile vet that was there when I picked him up.
biodtl - 2005-10-12 10:36:53
Aww, That's so sad. I'm glad he's okay, though. I'm totally using that story to get mr b to let our newly adopted outside cat in.
GoingLoopy - 2005-10-12 16:53:40
That's exactly what happened to my best friend's cat...and he is happy and healthy many years later. I hope your kitty has the same amazing recovery.
TickTrix, a/k/a BFRB - 2005-10-12 19:42:41
Yep, I'm GoingLoopy's friend who went through the same thing (see above). Bob, a/k/a Tri-Bob, is doing great. He had his leg removed 12 or 13 years ago. It took four days before I found a vet who would cut the leg off rather than kill him. Oh, and $800. I'll never regret spending the $800, though, because he is an awesome cat. I wish you and Junebug the best and happy healing.

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