Autumn, a sweet female gray and white tabby, was rescued at about 4 weeks old on a Sunday, when there are no vet hospitals open. When her rescuer noticed that she would not eat or move, Autumn was taken to the emergency clinic for evaluation. She had a fractured leg and pelvis and was given fluids and pain medicine. A plucky little kitten, Autumn started eating and actually playing with a toy as soon as she got home from the hospital. Lucky Autumn, the following day she had surgery on her leg, which allowed it to heal correctly. After several weeks of being kept quiet and calm in a small area to allow her leg and pelvis to heal, Autumn has fully recovered and now spends her time energetically romping around her foster mom's living room.
Autumn has tested negative for FIV/FeLK and has had all age-appropriate vaccinations.
If you have interest in giving her a loving, forever home, please contact email@example.com
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