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We get lots of messages about cats in need. The majority of them could be described as 'I saw a cat' messages. If we're lucky they'll send a photo and a location but that's it. Invariably we follow up and go to the location only to find no cat. It's just | by Jimmy Legs
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We get lots of messages about cats in need. The majority of them could be described as 'I saw a cat' messages. If we're lucky they'll send a photo and a location but that's it. Invariably we follow up and go to the location only to find no cat. It's just

We get lots of messages about cats in need. The majority of them could be described as 'I saw a cat' messages. If we're lucky they'll send a photo and a location but that's it. Invariably we follow up and go to the location only to find no cat. It's just not helpful. But in Morgan's case, the people who found him in need didn't just take a photo and pat themselves on the back. They took action and saved his life. They found Morgan on Flushing Ave, one of the busiest streets in town. He was alert but unable to walk. They managed to round him up and took him to the ER vet. X-rays confirmed a fractured pelvis; he was most likely hit by a car. The severity of the fracture has yet to be determined. It may be something that can heal on its own with little intervention. He may also need surgery. They're taking him to a specialist next who will determine what's needed. Follow the link in our bio to the GoFundMe they set up. They've raised enough to cover his initial bill so far but the next step might be even more expensive. And keep in mind, these aren't seasoned rescuers, they're just people who couldn't walk away when they knew they could help. Please help donate to Morgan's bills! And if you're really interested in helping, they are looking for a foster home for him where he can recover. #injuredcat #fosterneeded #feralcat #streetrescue via Instagram instagr.am/p/CNDT0HHjmZc/

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Uploaded on March 30, 2021