“Poor Hope was in a very bad way. She was unable to move and had no feeling in her legs or tail. Her pupils were dilated and she couldn’t swallow,” said Amanda, cattery coordinator at the Home.
Our vet team wasted no time tending to Hope to ease her pain and suffering, and give her the best chance of survival.
“Hope’s recovery was touch-and-go. Thankfully, with the help of intravenous fluids, pain relief and antibiotics, her condition improved.”
“Hope is a very nice, outgoing cat who loves attention. When you bob down in front of her, she will hop up onto your legs and lean in for a scratch,” said Amanda.
Hope (ID 1027633) is among the 50 felines currently up for adoption at the Home.
Hope’s miraculous recovery was made possible thanks to the support of animal lovers like you. If you would like to support the life-changing work of our shelter hospital, you can make a donation here.