Alina found the feline stuck under a vehicle, enduring agonizing days on the road… yet, amazingly, it survived despite everything.
Today’s story will be about the red cat Yevsey. He faced the inevitability and unpredictability of people. Unfortunately, I can’t post a photo of how Yevsey was taken to the clinic.
In October, a cat was found on the road. Upon examination, it became clear that he had been hit by a car.
The most troubling thing is that the blow fell upon the head. This happened a few days ago. On the same day, the cat was taken to the clinic. The poor fellow had a soft swelling over his eye, his eye was removed, and a brace was placed on his jaw.
The condition was better, they promised that he would get better. After the operation, Yevsey began to eat puree. The cat was gradually recovering.
Every day he had a different attitude towards the wardens who came to him with affection, then he did not even turn towards the bowl. A few days later, Yevsey was again taken to the clinic. Needed blood – inflammation.
Therefore, Yevsey was very fond of lying on the cold floor. Maybe cool this place? The vet suggested that he may have fallen off the balcony. But why didn’t they look for him then?
I don’t know what happened, but I’m leaning toward a poisoning. In any case, not a little cat survived. In the shelter, they dripped him, treated him, and tried to attend to him because he was very thin.
A month later, with proper care, Yevsey cheered up, the fur began to return to normal, his appetite and energy improved.
Already in December, the hostess of the shelter reported that Yevsey had fully recovered.
If you saw this cat at least once in your life, then you simply would not be able to forget him. This is a very affectionate cat. Now, Yevsey is in the shelter under the status “On treatment.”
I understand your concern for Yevsey and your willingness to help or seek assistance. It is commendable that you care for the welfare of animals. To address the situation and ensure the best outcome for the injured cat, I recommend reaching out to local animal lovers or social media groups dedicated to animal rescue. They may be able to provide guidance, resources, or connect you with individuals who can assist in the rescue and care of the injured cat.
Your compassion and willingness to take action in such a situation are commendable. Together, we can strive to create a world where all animals receive the care and compassion they deserve. Thank you for your concern for Yevsey, and I hope for a swift and successful resolution.