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M Siamese, recent amputee

Please post questions about pets who are expected to undergo amputation or who have already undergone amputation here, as well as pets born with missing or incomplete limbs.
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Miss Whiskers
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M Siamese, recent amputee

Post by Miss Whiskers » Fri Jan 10, 2020 7:20 pm

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Marshmallow, Recent Amputee, M Siamese, about 4 yrs - is in a shelter in Utah, which uses a Gas Chamber to kill animals!?
Can anyone here Adopt or Foster for a Rescue?
And please share and cross post to help him get out alive!



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critters
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Re: M Siamese, recent amputee

Post by critters » Sat Jan 11, 2020 6:57 am

Poor fella, and tripods aren't even really disabled!!

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Re: M Siamese, recent amputee

Post by Miss Whiskers » Mon Feb 10, 2020 11:32 pm

Oh really? A tripod wouldn’t be considered disabled?
But anyway, and I know you know already, it was reported that he was adopted. So glad! ❤️

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Re: M Siamese, recent amputee

Post by critters » Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:15 pm

I consider a tripod disfigured rather than disabled, or, at least, wonky light, but that's just me, and I've had at least 4. They aren't actually disabled much.

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