Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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2 April 2013
This sweet girl is Mod. She came to the Animal Shelter as a stray. Mod had a severely injured leg that had to be amputated. She must had been in a lot of pain. We want to give the FREINDS OF THE WOODHAVEN AND TRENTON ANIMAL SHELTER a big thank you for paying for her surgery. Because of THE FREINDS OF THE WOODHAVEN AND TRENTON ANIMAL SHELTER we was able to save this sweet girl. Mod is now recovered, running around like the rest of the cats, hoping for her new forever home. She is ready for adoption. Mod is also spayed, tested, de-wormed has vaccines and is microchipped. Her adoption fee is $100 cash or check. Please stop by during the open adoption hours or Monday thru Friday 8am to 4pm. We are hoping that someone will give this wonderful cat the loving home that she deserves.
Donna, Glenn & Murphy
Murphy had his right front leg amputated due to histiocytic sarcoma at 7 years old. He survived 4 years, 2 months & 1 week, only to be taken by hemangiosarcoma at 11 1/2 years 6/12/17
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