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Rehabilitation from fractured pelvis and nerve damage - Bengal cat Leopard

Leopard fell from 10th floor and fractured his pelvis. His sciatic nerve was damaged and he could not use his leg. We were called in to help the nerve and his mobility.

Tuesday 9th October 2018

Watch Leopard's story to see how a brace was the last piece in the puzzle to get him back- good as new!

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