On 25 Jan 2015 at 9:37am Woodsey100 wrote:
Last night at 22.00 a small black female cat ran out Infront of my car by the bus stop on the A26 bridge (before sycamores garage)
The cat was not chipped or tagged and I took her to Cliffe vet.
They haven't called this morning so I don't know full extent of her Injuries but she was alert. Please check or pass on.
On 25 Jan 2015 at 9:51am feline wrote:
Well done you for taking responsibility and getting her to the vet. Congratulations on being a decent human being.
On 25 Jan 2015 at 1:26pm Felix wrote:
Yes, well done - a very brave and caring thing to do. Shame there are not more people out there like yourself. Let's hope the owner and cat are reunited very soon.
On 25 Jan 2015 at 3:10pm trooper wrote:
This act of kindness and compassion tends to rather restore some faith in human nature. Wodsey100 may you be rewarded for your selfless act.
On 25 Jan 2015 at 7:40pm cliife cat wrote:
this may be my missing cat ! thanks , will call cliife asap
On 25 Jan 2015 at 8:47pm cliife cat wrote:
Thank you so much to the lady that stopped, its my cat, broken legs and spine, i hope she survives, Thankyou again xxxxx
On 25 Jan 2015 at 9:03pm Friend of cats wrote:
Oh I hope your cat will pull through. Woodsey100, thank you for doing all you could and I'm glad you have managed to get hold of the cat's owner. For those who gave a thumbs down for the positive comments, I hope karma bites your arse…...
On 25 Jan 2015 at 10:24pm cliffecat wrote:
I am in bits, I saw her being born, red arrows......wtf the lady that took her to the vets has given her the best chance of life, thank you so so much. If she dies i will be heartbroken xx woodsey100 please let me know who you are, will ask vet, so kind and lovely xx
On 26 Jan 2015 at 9:45am Mark wrote:
I would imagine that the thumbs-downers are thinking, "Who are all these heartless wretches who gleefully give a thumbs about a poorly cat?!" Just trying to say that it's a sad story.
On 29 Jan 2015 at 9:27pm cliffecat wrote:
Ahhh thanks. Didnt think of that. Shes had 2 operations lots of pins, will need 2 months cage rest for broken spine. Then the paying of a huge vets bill. So hapoy she is looking ok so far. Recommend pet insurance as i had not got around to it as shes 9 months. Thanks for the nice comments x
On 29 Jan 2015 at 11:59pm Jane S wrote:
Lovely to hear that, Cliffecat; the most dangerous thing is the post-operative shock, so if she's survived that she could be happily with you for many years. Hope all goes well
On 31 Jan 2015 at 4:51pm feline wrote:
Great news that she's going to pull through. Money spent on animals is never wasted (unlike on children!).
On 31 Jan 2015 at 5:20pm Felix wrote:
That is such good news - sounds very positive. I wish her well for a speedy recovery. Thank you for posting on here so we know how she is getting on.
On 3 Feb 2015 at 12:49pm cliffecat wrote:
Shes in a bad way now, not looking good and all the vet wants to discuss is the 1,600 i now owe them, very tactfull. She hasn't passed urine for 3 days, if she cant in the next 2 its the big sleep. I feel awful for putting her through 2 operations.
On 4 Feb 2015 at 2:57pm Felix wrote:
I am sorry to hear that she is not doing so well. I agree, operations are not always the kindest thing to do - especially if she will not make a full recovery afterwards. I am sure Cliffe vets are doing all they can. In my experience their small animal care is excellent and I have always had complete confidence in their advice (assuming she is in Cliffe Vet). I do hope she takes a turn for the better for you.
On 6 Feb 2015 at 10:45pm cliffecat wrote:
Sad to say Runty Nobrows had to be put to sleep on Tuesday, gutted, please people get cats insured I now have 1,600 bill and no kitty