This is Ninja, a 2-year-old handsome kitty who wasn't feeling too stealthy recently.
After returning from a “combat mission,” Ninja was limping and nursing his foot. When his owners looked him over, they found his foot was swollen, but they couldn't tell why. He didn't want to walk, he wouldn't eat, and he would barely drink – all signs that your cat is in pain.
Ninja's mom is on temporary disability and his dad is the only one working. They reached out to Fur Kids Foundation for help, and we were able to ease the sting of the vet bills.
Ninja was taken to the vet where the doctor found a thorn lodged into his foot – clearly a Ninja can't be covert with a thorn in his paw! The vet removed it immediately and prescribed some antibiotics.
Thankfully, the swelling in Ninja's foot is gone and he's feeling much better. We're certain he's back to his spy missions to keep his family safe.
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Created in November 2011, the Fur Kids Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides education and aid to promote the well-being of animals in Campbell County.
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