|Break is visible in upper right corner of xray|
Jessie and I made arrangements to meet at Yorkdale Shopping Centre and all he knew is that I would have a green jacket on and would be standing outside of the Indigo Book store. My cell phone is out of commission and I wasn't in much of a hurry to get it fixed since I use it so seldom however, today was a day when I sure could have used it.
It was a one hour drive to get out to the vet's office and the entire trip the little kitty was very quiet. She snoozed, did a little grooming and snoozed some more. Jessie said she was on pain meds, so she seemed quite relaxed. I'm not even sure if this kitty is a boy or a girl, but she is just too pretty so I gave her a girls name, Gracie.
|in vet jail waiting for dinner to be served|
Tomorrow morning Gracie will have her surgery to insert a pin in her leg and will then spend a few days at the clinic. I'll know more tomorrow after the surgery, but she will likely be able to come home this weekend. Then in six weeks she will return to the clinic to have the pin removed.
The happy news to this point is that when Jessie found Gracie he was kind hearted enough to bring her home. We don't know how her leg got broken, or when it happened. Gracie is under weight and is thought to be about a year old. Jessie had her at two different vets but I don't know the details about why. When I was just about to leave after getting Gracie's carrier buckled into the front seat, I thanked Jessie for caring enough about this little cat to do something rather than turning his back and walking away. Jessie and his girlfriend plan to keep Gracie, which is wonderful.
Thank you Jessie for caring about this young stray.
Thank you Roger and Vicki for helping this young stray.