MEET HENRIETTA-DUMPED, IN PAIN, BONE FRAGMENTS IN PAWS

FROM THE PAW PROJECT FACEBOOK TIMELINE:

EMAIL FROM Hamilton County Humane Society in Indiana: “This is Henrietta from the . She was declawed on her front paws several years ago and found as a stray outside 6 months ago. The person that took her in relinquished her after biting and urinating outside the litterbox became too much. Anti-anxiety medicines were tried first but failed to help. We have only seen one cat in the last 2 years as painful as Henrietta. Her back constantly twitches, she aggressively attacks her back and base of her tail not understanding why it hurts so bad. After seeing Dr. Nicole Moran, the Paw Project-Indiana State Director, very large bone fragments were found on X-rays. While waiting her turn for paw repair surgery she was on strong pain medication that stopped her from attacking her lower back and she even let the staff pet her, proving her “behavior” was pain related. She has received her paw repair surgery from Dr. Moran and is currently recovering at the Cat Care Clinic until she is ready to go back to the Humane Society to find a new home.”

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