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Jack the kiwi cat

His three-legged journey

Jack the kiwi cat

Now to make sure he doesn’t overextend himself

July 12th, 2016 · 2 Comments · Uncategorized

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Jack is eating, working out how to catch the dreaded feather wand with one less paw (the “dive-roll” technique is gaining adherence) and trying his best to escape on an adventure outside.

There is no swelling around the joint and you can see him moving the phantom limb then doing “oops, that’s not doing what it used to” and trying something else. He is hiding less and sulking more (lots of sitting with his back to the humans after they inflict things such as medication on him).

His stripes are coming through on the new fur which feels like really high quality velvet.

Hard to believe it is only 7 days.


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2 Comments so far ↓

  • benny55

    It IS hard to believe it’s only been o e week si ce surgery. He REALLY is doing amazingingly well!

    His incision looks more like it’s a mo th or more old as opppsed to just seven days!

    He really ks a very handsome kitty. I love his eyes…..even if they do look a little miffed because you are taking pictures 🙂

    Hugs!

    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

    • quirkyfriend

      Cats do heal fast. Young cats especially.
      He is a bit miffed in this picture because he knows my Mum is heading away a couple of days. So less being spoiled

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