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Shows How Cats Survive

Jeannette SarraJeannette Sarra Lake TahoeMember Posts: 27
edited 16 August, 2008 in Kitten Corner
We fed a VERY injured cat several years ago, at least 4. He had a very large chunk taken out of his or likely a coyote since we have so many. He stayed around for quite awhile healing very little, and still very bloody. then wasn\'t seen . We thought he had passed away from that horrific injury. Lo and behold , he showed up last week. Older and still skittish , but by all I can tell he had obviously found a friend who fed him :c9 He has been stopping by about every 3 or 4 days now to have a bite and say helloo I guess. Still has a big chunk missing from his neck, but some of the hair has grown back. But he IS alive. Just thought I would share this amazing survivor story . It so warmed my heart to see him.


  • Thea PowellThea Powell Member Posts: 852
    edited 15 August, 2008
    Wow that's great new tipper. It turly is amazing how cats have this ability to survive when other animals would most surley die. We are truly WONDERFULL creatures.:))!
  • Lissa NicholsonLissa Nicholson SydneyMember Posts: 1,562
    edited 16 August, 2008
    Thankyou for sharing that amazing story with us!
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