Abandoned Werewolf Cat Rescued from Life of Pain

Abandoned Werewolf Cat Rescued from Life of Pain
St Francis Society Animal Rescue received a call about this cat in need of help. Cat Man Chris rushed to the scene. The cat had been spotted at an apartment complex and had been eating scraps of food. Nobody had seen him before and it was obvious that he was in very bad shape. With so many people around it he was scared to come closer for food. Chris jumped the fence and set a trap but he moved further and further away. So Chris returned the next day, he was determined to trap this cat and get him the help he needed. Eventually he entered the cage and Chris was able to get him the vet.

Chris says: “Firstly his claws were very ingrown and infected, so they trimmed them as far back as they could and soaked his paws in iodine to work on the infection. His ears were also infected, so while he was mildly sedated they thoroughly cleaned them and put medicine in them… he has dental issues, only has 6 teeth left and will need future dental work, he also has conjunctivitis hence the eye drops. They gave him an antibiotic shot and he’s congested too so we will be starting him on meds for that.”

It’s a mystery how he ended up on the streets, either he was dumped by his owner or the family of his owner after he/she passed away or he escaped? The vet guesstimated his age to be between 8 and 10 years old, thanks to the help of Chris and the St Francis Society Animal Rescue, he is now with a caring foster parent, luckily for him the second half of his life will be lived in luxury surrounded by people who love him!

Click here to see when Chris rescued 60+ cats and kittens from a hoarding situation

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