Hunter had his leg removed on July 28, one week ago and already he is not only out of the cage (2 days now) is in 'general population' so to speak, and doing amazingly well. He walks just fine and today I not only saw him jump but almost went crazy when he wasn't where I last saw him, and found him upstairs. Now I know the other cats didn't carry him up those stairs, so he climbed 13 of them by himself. I was amazed at what he'd done. Not only that ,Hunter has a girlfriend (O.J.) When I first took Hunter out of his cage and put him up by the window to look out, O.J. comes running up and sniffs him all over and then lays down beside him. I introduced the 2 of them and she seems to be quite taken by him. Lucky Hunter! One week ago, animal services gave my vet the okay to put this cat down because of his injuries. It would give me great pleasure to go back to them and to show them what Hunter has done and what a wonderful cat he is and what an ignorant mistake they made. But as far as they are concerned, he's supposed to be dead, and so I can't. So it will be our secret! Nice going Hunter. I knew you could do it.
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