Toothless

Is Toothless facing a life on three legs?

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Toothless was ran over by a car, which luckily missed his body, but rolled over his hind legs. This is how his rescuers first saw him.

Toothless

Toothless

The state of Toothless’s leg was reason for huge concern. Bone was visible and the terrible weight of the vehicle had mauled the flesh into meat putty.

Toothless is now in our clinic and vets are working around the clock to save his leg.

His future is in further peril as there is a possibility he may also have FIP, feline infectious peritonitis, a life-threatening condition. He does exhibit some but not other symptoms of the disease, and tested negative for both coronavirus antibody and antigen tests. Coronavirus is a precursor to FIP and may, or may not, mutate into it during the life of the animal. One of the most difficult aspects of FIP is that there is no simple diagnostic test. Following the vet team’s recommendation we’ve agreed to a specialized titter test to be performed, the results of which will help us move towards a more certain diagnosis.

Toothless

Toothless

Toothless

Update | April 27, 2017

Toothless is adopted in the UK and is now waiting to travel home!

This sweet baby’s legs have healed fully and he spent the last few months recovering in a foster home. We used that time to find him the most amazing new home in the UK, which he will share with four-legged friends and lovely humans. Toothless is ready to leave his sweet, caring foster mom and embark on his final journey home.

Toothless

Toothless

Toothless waited all this time and is now ready for his life to start.

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  1. Paul Hoffer says:

    How is Toothless doing?

    1. The Let's Adopt Global Team says:

      Toothless is doing great, his leg is almost completely healed! We are now looking for an adoptive family for him. :) You can catch the most recent update on him at this link: http://bit.ly/2hBcgr5