Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

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Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by catsrmylife » Mon Mar 23, 2015 4:08 pm

Please; can anyone offer this beautiful Egyptian boy a home? He has hind limb paralysis and needs his bladder expressing. He can go to the USA, Central Europe or the UK. Please share.xxx

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... =1&theater

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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by Sasha's Mom » Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:49 pm

Hello,

I am in the US. Can you give me more details as to the circumstances of the injury that caused the paralysis?
One of the moderators alerted me to your post here and would like to know more.

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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by catsrmylife » Tue Mar 24, 2015 7:55 am

Hi Leah

My understanding is (I'm just crossposting, special needs cats are my passion) that this poor boy fell from a 3rd floor balcony or fell 3 floors from a balcony, leaving him with hind limb paralysis and the need to have his bladder expressed. I would imagine the owners no longer want him and he is being fostered.

I am hopefully taking a cat from Egypt soon, whose back legs don't work and she was found on the streets.

If you go on the Facebook post, you can contact the lady who did the original post. If she is unable to translate to English, I know a lady who can (who also commented on the post - Koky Ibraheem).

Leah, if you can help in any way, I would be eternally grateful.

I can't take this boy myself as I've already agreed to take the little girl.

Susie xxx

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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by Sasha's Mom » Tue Mar 24, 2015 8:40 am

Hi,

I could not find the cat on the Facebook page itself. Does the little boy have a name or number that I can use to identify him on Facebook?

Thank you.
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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by kanchenski » Wed Mar 25, 2015 6:40 am

Hi,

If you are interested in Koko, for further information, please add me on facebook 'Kelly Kanchenski' or our page is https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cairo-Ca ... 5387793381

Would be great to have a chat about this little guy with you :)

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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by catsrmylife » Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:04 am

Leah, this is a post from Facebook "This is a special appeal for anyone who can open their heart and homes to a paralysed cat. This poor cat fell from a balcony and will not regain any feeling in his rear end. He is also incontinent so will need a very special home with an understanding owner who is able to support him (he will wear a small nappy) and who can clean him regularly. He is able to be mobile with a little wheelchair but can only use this under supervision. If anyone can please help this poor boy, he has had no interest and will not be adopted in Egypt due to his disability".

Here is Koko's photo; he's so beautiful but looks so sad :(

Please get in touch with Kelly :)
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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by critters » Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:11 am

Such a handsome boy! :wub:

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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by Sasha's Mom » Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:33 am

critters wrote:Such a handsome boy! :wub:
Agreed! Do you think "Koko" would like me being his new mommy???? :)
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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by catsrmylife » Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:59 am

He so needs an experienced Mommy who will love him forever and do their best by him. It's so sad that he was owned I believe and then since his accident, the owners no longer wanted him :( I could never give up on my kids.

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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by CarolC » Wed Mar 25, 2015 10:20 am

catsrmylife wrote:He so needs an experienced Mommy who will love him forever and do their best by him.
This post shows the before and after pictures of Sasha.

http://handicappedpet.net/helppets/view ... 638#p77594

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Re: Cat with hind limb paralysis needs a home

Post by Sasha's Mom » Wed Mar 25, 2015 10:24 am

catsrmylife wrote:He so needs an experienced Mommy who will love him forever and do their best by him. It's so sad that he was owned I believe and then since his accident, the owners no longer wanted him :( I could never give up on my kids.
That was the same situation with Sasha, but a few degrees worse: his owner shot him, left him for dead and was then discovered by him and his wife on a roadside alive - one month after the shooting. I would assume, at the wife's behest, they at least abandoned him at the village vet's office, which is where I met Sasha.
Some countries can not tolerate any creature, human or animal, with "disabilities" - pity, but true.
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