Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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26 June 2019
Fuzz you silly rasscle, your going to give mama a heart attack! Cats find the best places to hide away. We spent 2 hours outside calling my daughters cat the other night only to find her in the wood shed having a nap. She was 15 feet from us the whole time! My husbands question, why doesnt she come when you call?!? Well because cats are not dogs 😉.
Hopefully tri-fuzz just tweeked something on one of his advetures and a little rest and some meds will relax it and have him up to fun fuzz mischief again soon.
Big hugs and feel better soon handsome Fuzz
Hugs ❤ Bev, nurse Moe cat, Autumn's Angel Roane & Angel dog Gypsy 🐾
My sweet soulmate Roane was diagnosed with osteo in June of 2019. Had a rear leg amp on July 2nd & crossed the rainbow bridge to be with her sister Gypsy on the first day of Autumn Sept 23 2019.