Cats that have had paw repair surgery

Cats that have had paw repair surgery

 

Big Cats have benefited from paw repair surgery performed by veterinarians working with The Paw Project. Thanks to generous donations made to The Paw Project over 70 captive wild and exotic cats in southern California animal compounds have been treated, ranging from a 550-pound tiger to a 21-pound bobcat. Cats that have had paw repair surgery:

January 25, 2007–Tweega, a serval who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on back feet).

August 10 and December 14, 2006–Mia, who lives at Forever Wild (repair surgery on left front foot).

November 16, 2006 – Tuffy, a 10-year-old bobcat who lives at the Eco Station (repair surgery on front feet).

June 15, 2006 – Tweega, an African serval (repair surgery on front paws).

April 27, 2006 – Tantra, a tiger living in a southern California sanctuary (repair surgery on left front paw).

April 11, 2006 – Harare, a male black leopard (repair surgery on front feet).

January 5 and March 23, 2006 – Kyrin, a 10-year-old Siberian Lynx who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on front and back feet).

December 3, 2005 – Maverick, a bobcat who lives at Forever Wild (repair surgery on back feet).

November 8, 2005 – Tantra, a 325-pound, Bengal-mix tiger who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on left front paws).

October 4, 2005 – Shasa, a ten-year-old female Canada lynx who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on rear feet).

September 13, 2005 – Maverick, an eight-year-old bobcat who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on front feet).

August 30, 2005 – Zuri, a six-year-old, 450-pound tiger who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on right front foot).

June 16, 2005 – Taboo, a bobcat who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on back feet).

May 31, 2005 – Frederick, a 425-pound, 11-year-old Bengal-mix tiger (repair surgery on front feet).

April 28, 2005 – Shasa, a nine-year-old female Canada lynx who lives at Forever Wild sanctuary (repair surgery on front feet).

March 2, 2004 – Louis, a five-year-old male African lion (repair surgery on right front paw).

December 9, 2003 – Kato, a six-year-old male African serval cat who lives at Nature of Wildworks in Topanga, CA. (repair surgery on front paws).

November 11, 2003 – Louis, a four-year-old male African lion (repair surgery on left front paw).

October 14, 2003 – Blue, a three-year-old male tiger (repair surgery on left front paw).

July 22, 2003 – Czar, a three-year-old male tiger (repair surgery on left front paw).

April 8, 2003 – Jay, a three-year-old male bobcat (repair surgery on front paws).

March 6, 2003 – Envy, a six-year-old male cougar (repair surgery on front paws).

January 16, 2003 – Blackie, an eight-year-old male black leopard (repair surgery on front paws).

November 13, 2002 – Kiowa, eight-year-old female cougar (repair surgery on front paws).

October 30, 2002 – Aspen, a five-year-old male Canadian lynx (repair surgery on front paws).

August 28, 2002 – Bobby, a five-year-old male bobcat (repair surgery on front paws).

July 17, 2002 – Shiloh, a male cougar (repair surgery on front paws).

June 28, 2002 – Shoshone, a twelve-year-old female cougar (repair surgery on rear paws).

May 24, 2002 – Naala, an eight-year-old lioness (repair surgery on rear paws).