We found TC out back of our building behind our trashcans in the summer of 2012.  She was very young and had an incredibly bad wound on her entire rear left leg.  The only way for her to have a normal life at all was to remove that leg, since it was so bad it was not going to heal.  So she had surgery and decided that this is where she wanted to live her life out.  We tried to adopt her out to a client but it was too horrifying to her to leave, the client brought her back the next day and here is where she’s been ever since.  We love her, even though she can be very stand-offish at times.  She has gotten much better with people since she lost her Moody friend almost 3 years ago, but don’t be offended if you try to pet her and she runs away.

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Our other house cat, Sabu, came to us in December of 2015 at about 6 months old.  He was very sick and had a lot of issues that needed to be worked on, but we nursed him back to health and decided to keep him.  The entire clinic had fallen in love with him.  He has the neatest personality!  What a monkey, he climbs the cages to get as high as he can in the clinic, everything is a toy and he loves to snuggle.  This guy is amazing!!  He usually stays in the back of the hospital, if you would like to see him when you come in just ask someone to bring him out.

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