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Lila update

Lila continues to improve.  Last Sunday she was out of her cage for a long time and hid under a covered footstool, so I don't think she is quite ready for that yet. It will take her a little while to feel comfortable out of her cage with the many other cats and people around the shelter.

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Lila update

Blog author: 
Anne Zabolio

Lila went to Central Texas Veterinary Specialty Hospital (CTVSH) again yesterday to see Dr. Sara Gower.   Dr. Gower released her, with one final request that Lila have an x-ray in three to four weeks to make sure the infection isn't recurring.  Lila will be on her injectable Nexcal through Friday of this week, and then, unless something else comes up, she is released from veterinary care.

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Lila continues to improve

Sweet Lila is doing well and continues to improve! She has been standing up, walking a little, and eating some kibbles on her own. Her latest achievement: using the litter box!

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Lila is feeling much better

Just a little update on Lila: This morning she was lying on her left side. This is a great sign!  It was her left hind leg that was amputated and so her incision, which was infected, is on the left.  She has not reclined on her left side since we got her, but she was this morning.  She is feeling better!  She is bright eyed, eating, and, as usual, cooperating fully in her care.  What a good kitty!

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Thursday update on Lila

Today Lila had a little set back in her recovery. She was taken to the Central Texas Veterinary Hospital for treatment of an infection that was developing along her incision. The vet inserted a drain and she is now taking more antibiotics. Lab results from a culture taken today are pending. We all hope this will clear up quickly and that this beautiful kitty can be completely happy and healthy soon.

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Sunday Update on Lila

Good news on Lila... she cleaned herself yesterday and today she ate! This is a huge step in her recovery. She'll see the vet again on Monday.

We greatly appreciate all the support we have received to help us help this precious kitty! Thank you all for your donations and positive thoughts! Every bit helps.

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Lila

Blog author: 
Anne Zabolio

LilaSaturday night, October 8th, the manager of Flores Restaurant on Highway 290 in Dripping Springs called Thundering Paws to report a cat lying in their parking lot, probably having been hit by a car. We got there around 6 p.m. to find a tortoiseshell cat who could not walk, but who was decidedly not going into the box that a kind family was trying to use to save her.

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Three sweet kittens

Long-time volunteers of Thundering Paws found a neglected mom cat and kittens living outdoors and distressed by the heat. They collected them and brought them to Thundering Paws. All have been tested, vaccinated, and spayed or neutered. Mom has a new home already (with those wonderful volunteers) and the three kittens are ready to find forever homes.

According to their foster mom, "They are all soooooo sweet. You get surround-sound purring with these three. Excellent motors in these kittens. All I have to do is start talking to them & the purring begins."

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Extra Sweet Kitty Needs Your Help

Wubbzy needs your help. He showed up in a neighborhood that felt sorry for him and everyone was feeding him, then one day Wubbzy showed up with his chin hanging and couldn't eat. The community was unable to find the owner and unable to afford to take him to the vet so he was brought to me and I could not say no.

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Two Kittens are Not Twice as Much Fun

Kittens, we have so many great kittens!

And what is more fun than a kitten? Two kittens! You might think that two kittens would be twice as much fun, but that is not true at all. Two kittens are a full order of magnitude more fun, yes, 10 times as much fun as one kitten. They play together, sleep together, keep each other company while you are away, and keep you entertained when you are home.

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