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Ice Cream's 'cat walk' journey from nerve weakness to walking!

When we met Ice Cream, she was unable to use her back legs.

Friday 5th March 2021

After many tests, Xrays and investigations by neurological specialists, there was still not cause of Ice Cream’s 2 month long back leg weakness. Ice Cream was adopted and her new owners. After we met lovely Ice Cream, we wanted to help as much as we could too! A very chilled kitty girl by nature, we used everything we could to motivate Ice Cream to move- food, her cat buddies, toys and food!

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