9/21/16: Milkshake, the injured cat that we trapped at Dairy Queen, went to Barnegat Animal Clinic today and was examined by Dr. Behan. He believes her limp is due to an old fracture that has healed. He checked out her foot and leg and she's not in any pain. She gets around really well and he feels the limp may improve over time. Milkshake is petite and about 9 months old. She's adjusting to living indoors and is very sweet. She has also had a few interactions with my cats and she was great with them. She's a little scared and starting to trust people as we don't know what her experiences were prior to 9-11-16 when we took her off the streets. Milkshake has been spayed and vaccinated. She's negative for fiv/felv and will be ready to go to her forever home soon.
If you are interested in adopting her, please use the following link for our online adoption application: https://ww04.elbowspace.com/secure/20120214123524751639
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