When Tevo was turned in to the shelter they thought he had a broken pelvis, because he wouldn't put any weight on his back legs and seemed to be quite painful. Of course he went straight to our vet, and they discovered that he had a very bad hernia near his back right leg. That was operated on and fixed, and after some rest Tevo hasn't stopped yet. There was no sign of broken bones at all, and we know Tevo feels so much better because he loves to run around and play with the other kittens he lives with. He is just the sweetest little boy who loves to play with balls and loves being picked up and loved on. He's one of those kitties who wants to be close to his people, and after all he's gone through we think he deserves to be loved and spoiled for the rest of his life.
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