Robin’s diagnosis

This is supposed to be the season of goodwill our team feel none after Fridays vet run…..

Robin too sick to sedate & X-ray when he arrived but was completed yesterday to check his spine & pelvis. His neuro exam showed great improvement, he remains blind with uncoordinated movements.

To do this work we have to learn to manage our feelings seeing the results of animal abuse daily otherwise you go mad, viewing Robins X-ray’s we were crushed.

Cause of brain injury/infection two pellets lodged in his brain severing his optic nerves affecting sense of smell and causing ataxia. Pellet in his sternum broke his breastbone will cause no issues but his brain is damaged beyond repair altering this kitten’s life forever.
It won’t be the local vet or his henchmen persecuting us that will make us give up. It will be coping with the thought after 14 years of being here we still have utter psychotic morons doing this getting away with itRobin is learning to run all be it legs akimbo! Using his other senses to play, use his litter tray, he loves other animals’ company adores cuddles.

He needs one to one someone with time not too many animals, a secure garden or housecat only is fine.

Next few months he will adjust get stronger he should need no special vet care or extra expense and live a normal happy lifespan. If you cannot decide what to do for Xmas presents help us help Robin by donating or offering to adopt, he can travel anywhere.