Breed: Devon Rex
Age: 11 months
weight: 2.2 kgs
One Thursday night in July, Talulah’s owner Kirsty came home from work to find Talulah curled up on the couch. This
was a normal occurance for Talulah, however, when she said “Hello” to Kirsty, something didn’t seem right. Talulah’s “meow” was different and she seemed very unhappy. On a closer look Kirsty could see Talulah’s legs were bruised, wounded and very swollen. Kirsty immediately called Wilston Vet to say Talulah had possibly been hit by a car. Kirsty rushed straight down to see us.
Age: 6 years
History: Bella presented to Wilston Vet because her owner was concerned she had blood in her urine. Bella had no history of environmental change or stress which can be contributing factors to this. She was eating and passing motions normally.
Breed- Domestic Short Hair
Age- 6 Months
Weight- 2 kg
History: Hendrix was brought in one Saturday morning as his owner was concerned that he was quiet and not his normal affectionate self. Poor little Hendrix was found lying under the BBQ not wanting to move. The owner found his cat collar next to one of their dog’s food bowls and suspected that their dog may have attacked Hendrix. (Mind you, their dog is a Great Dane so that was very worrying as Hendrix is so little)
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Sex: Neutered Male
History: Cosmo was presented to Wilston Vet after being hit by a car. His owners did not see the accident but noticed him running towards the house and then becoming lame on his left hind limb. A short while later, Cosmo was not using either of his back legs and they rushed him down to the Surgery.