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BC The SPCA found that the city of Prince Rupert had been abandoned, picked up by the Good Samaritan after he had wandered for over a week and received a large scar on his face. Taking care of an orange tabby.
The cat, named Edward by his caregivers, was taken to the SPCA and taken to the veterinary hospital on July 25, where he has already spent weeks treating a major wound.
"These amazing people were able to get Edward safely and call us for help," said Joe Griffiths, manager of the Prince Rupert SPCA. increase. "We were fortunate enough to have an emergency veterinary examination the same day he was brought in." Confirmation requires at least one month of hospitalization and daily monitoring. He also likely has ringworm, which requires vaccination, deworming, and pain control, in addition to further treatment.
He is then castrated and made available for adoption.
Even though Griffith was in isolation while awaiting test results for ringworm, Edward said, "He's a very happy cat. I love nothing more than to chat and hang out while I'm being treated."
Anyone who can help Edward and other animals in need of emergency care. 61} You can donate at medical.spca.bc.ca.
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