Timmy was living on the streets for months with what everyone thought was a broken leg. Nice neighbors fed him for a while, but he ended up in a high-kill shelter. Fortunately, Stray Cat Alliance bailed him out and took him to a kind veterinarian. Timmy 's true condition was revealed when the vet said it was not 2 broken legs, but instead there was a pellet lodged in his spine that made it almost impossible for him to walk.
Imagine this sweet angel fending for himself, dragging his hind legs on dangerous city streets!
With the devotion and TLC of wonderful Stray Cat Alliance volunteers, Timmy started to get more feeling in his legs, allowing him to move around more easily. A Serenity bandage was devised by a creative volunteer and now he can walk around more easily by putting pressure on his hocks. He does need help every day so that his bladder is expressed everyday, but otherwise Timmy has made a miraculous recovery. His favorite thing in life is his best friend, Tommy the Tiger, who loves to play with Timmy and will jump and do backflips to entertain him. Timmy is doing well now and can get around on his own, and both boys are super playful and fun.
Timmy and his best friend Tommy are very bonded and are looking for a forever home together that they can call their very own. Tommy and Timmy are super sweet boys, and will make a wonderful addition to your home.
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