Soiled, chilly and barely in a position to stroll, Comet, was struggling on the streets of downtown Kelowna.
Noticed by a Good Samaritan who acknowledged the cat was in ache and wanted assist, picked him up and rapidly referred to as the Okanagan Humane Society (OHS).
The society rushed the feline to the vet the place it was found his leg was damaged in two spots. The cat additionally had ear mites however was very pleasant to his rescuers.
OHS checked for a collar, microchip, or tattoo to search out the cat’s house owners however sadly, there was no identification.
Rachel, the Good Samaritan, stated the cat was chilly moist and limping however was sort to her.
“He got here as much as me very clingy,” she defined.
The cat, now named Comet, must have his leg amputated and requires medical consideration together with resolving his ear mites, neuter, vaccines, deworming and microchipping for identification.
OHS estimates the prices at $2600. It will embrace surgical procedure, treatment, therapy, common well being examine, and day by day look after Comet till he’s prepared for adoption.
As soon as he’s rehabilitated then Comet can be obtainable for adoption.
As OHS is a registered charity, it depends on donations to assist animals of their care. If you wish to assist Comet please contact www.okanaganhumanesociety.com or name us at 250-868-0525.