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Nice Animal Movie photos

A few nice animal movie images I found:


Little Bubba 073
animal movie
Image by Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue
Found in a barn with another (healthy) kitten severely emaciated I70 & Tower on 10/16/2009. Very friendly, eats well. Will be a few weeks before he is available for adoption, he needs to put on weight and be neutered.

Updates:
Little Bubba (not available for adoption yet) was left to fend for himself at a barn. With no food, he resorted to eating dirt, twigs, and possibly a mouse. He was terrifyingly thin, wobbly, and his lower half and the box he arrived in were soaked with watery diarrhea.

After all of the attention he had at intake, Little Bubba had very little strength to protest a bath and quietly endured the few tests we needed to run to see where we should proceed with his healthcare. He tested negative for FIV, FeLV, Heartworm, Panleukopenia, and Giardia.

During the next week he ate like there was no tomorrow, but continued to seep diarrhea and had great difficulty passing the hard stool that had been stuck there for so long, so off to the vet. With a weekend stay on IV's and lots of help under anesthesia, he was relieved of 14 (or so) hard masses of feces.

A week after that he looks more like a cat and less like an orange striped skeleton movie prop. His face and body have filled out more, his eyes less sunken, and he almost has the strength to walk a few paces before going back to bed. He still has trouble passing hard stool, but no longer seeps. He loves to be loved and has learned if he meows he gets pets and foods! He needs the calories, anyway. : )

Stay tuned for updated photos and such!


Little Bubba 076
animal movie
Image by Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue
Found in a barn with another (healthy) kitten severely emaciated I70 & Tower on 10/16/2009. Very friendly, eats well. Will be a few weeks before he is available for adoption, he needs to put on weight and be neutered.

Updates:
Little Bubba (not available for adoption yet) was left to fend for himself at a barn. With no food, he resorted to eating dirt, twigs, and possibly a mouse. He was terrifyingly thin, wobbly, and his lower half and the box he arrived in were soaked with watery diarrhea.

After all of the attention he had at intake, Little Bubba had very little strength to protest a bath and quietly endured the few tests we needed to run to see where we should proceed with his healthcare. He tested negative for FIV, FeLV, Heartworm, Panleukopenia, and Giardia.

During the next week he ate like there was no tomorrow, but continued to seep diarrhea and had great difficulty passing the hard stool that had been stuck there for so long, so off to the vet. With a weekend stay on IV's and lots of help under anesthesia, he was relieved of 14 (or so) hard masses of feces.

A week after that he looks more like a cat and less like an orange striped skeleton movie prop. His face and body have filled out more, his eyes less sunken, and he almost has the strength to walk a few paces before going back to bed. He still has trouble passing hard stool, but no longer seeps. He loves to be loved and has learned if he meows he gets pets and foods! He needs the calories, anyway. : )

Stay tuned for updated photos and such!

 
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