This Cat Was Thrown From a Speeding Car. Now She is Recovering In Animal Hospital
A feline which was thrown from a speeding vehicle has had a medical procedure and now is healing in a St. Catharines pet hospital.
About 10 a.m. on Tuesday, a driver noticed the feline being thrown out the window of another vehicle in the Highway 406, between Beaverdams Road and Highway 20, in Thorold.
The driver immediately stopped his car to help the poor cat, which had landed on the middle of the road, and he brought the kitty to a vet clinic in St. Catharines.
The Lincoln County Humane Society (LCHS) said the feline, which they called Ellie, had medical procedure to repair her wounded paw, toe and jaw and have 2 damaged teeth removed. Luckily the cat didn’t have any internal wounds.
“She is on her legs, walking normally, drinking and eating, cuddling and purring,” said Dr. Tanya Lowrey of Huntington Animal Hospital. “She will be completely recovered very soon.”
This cat had a button fixed to her jaw to help the skin re-coonectto the bone. Kevin Strooband of the LCHS said it doesn’t affect her behavior,
“She is a very cute who really needs attention,” he said.
The LCHS continues to receive donations for Ellie’s care and expects her to be out of animal hospital on Dec. 5.
If anyone wants to adopt this wonderful kitty can submit an application between Dec. 5 and 7 . From the hospital will check every application
The LCHS is trying to find the car, a grey, four-door Nissan sedan (probably 2010 model). If you have any information please call the Society at 905-682-0767.
We are very happy that this cat survived this dangerous incident, and we hope that the evil man who did this inhuman act will end in jail for a long time. Animal abuse is a serious problem.
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