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Lives Saved

At FMC, our lives are touched every day by the cats we treat and the families who care for them. It never ceases to amaze us how these remarkable feline friends beat the odds under extraordinary circumstances - providing kisses and purrs along the way.

Below are a number stories we like to call "Lives Saved and Happy Endings"!  The stories outline a variety of Veterinary topics annd how our resiliant cat patients beat the odds.  

Part of the reason they survive is because of the love and devotion from their caretakers, veterinarians and families who support them during and after treatment.  It is because of the incredible animal-human bond that many cats have endured the unthinkable and we can write about them today.

Many of the stories below were written by our clients or the doctors who have treated them. If you would like to share your cat's story please submit your story and picture to erin@webvets.com


Diagnosis: Urethral Blockage
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 2 years
Diagnosis: Lily toxicity
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 9 months
Diagnosis: Coyote Attack
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 1 year 10 months
Diagnosis: Fractured femur and dislocated spine
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 11
Diagnosis: Pyothorax
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 5 years
Diagnosis: Foxtail
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 9 years
Diagnosis: Rattlesnake bite
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 5 years
Diagnosis: Foreign Body Obstruction
Domestic Medium Hair
Age: 17 weeks
Diagnosis: Urinary Blockage
Persian
Diagnosis: Degloving injury
Domestic Long Hair
Age: 9 years
Diagnosis: Three broken legs
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 4 months
Diagnosis: Hit by car
Domestic Long Hair
Age: 4 years
Diagnosis: Lymphoma
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 9 years
Diagnosis: Epilepsy
Domestic Medium Hair
Age: 1 year
Diagnosis: Cracked skull
Domestic Short Hair
Age: 4 years