Luna is a one-year-old spayed female indoor cat who jumped out of a first floor balcony two days before Thanksgiving and severely fractured her leg. The fracture is so severe that amputation is the best treatment. Tomorrow, Luna will be going back to Paws, Purrs, and Exotics for the amputation of her fractured leg. Even though Luna didn’t land on all four paws when she jumped, she should heal quickly after the amputation and be back to playing and jumping. She, like all cats, should be watched carefully and prevented from access to heights since cat’s aren’t always able to judge the distances they can safely jump. To donate to Luna’s care and animals like her with serious medical needs, go to www.alexandriaanimals.org/donate and select “Sarah’s Fund”.
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