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Our featured cat for The River's Purrfect Friday: Ana Del-Gato

Here's what Dr. Jen had to say about Ana Del-Gato:

When my co-worker Shantel alerted me to the plight of a pathetic little one-eyed kitty roaming on a seedy little NE side street, she and her friend Devin went into rescue mode, and within a few days had her out to the clinic. A senior citizen of at least 10-12 years old (born in 2000 or before) this dainty little darling had seen her fair share of medical problems, as evidenced by her surgically removed left eye. She was also sporting a slight head tilt, and closer exam revealed an inflammatory polyp down deep within the ear that had to be excised. Now the the polyp gone and her ear infection under control, Ana is feeling oodles better and is happily putting much needed weight on her tiny little body. Oh, and did I mention I had to remove her two remaining teeth?! yup, the only two she had left were rotten, so out they came. And it looks like the end of her tongue had been damaged at one point as well; my guess-is that this girl suffered some extensive head trauma in her past that led to her current condition:( Named after a one-eyed Mexican princess from the 1500's, Ana doesn't know she is handicapped, and honestly, it is her spunk and determination that has probably saved her countless times in her life. She is demure and sweet, but you can tell she is tough on the inside, where it counts:) She LOVES her head scratched and her ears rubbed and can eat her weight in canned AND hard food. Lab work checked out just fine, which is surprising considering everything else she had going on, and she is settling into her new indoor life with ease - and enjoyment! What a total doll! Thanks for taking time to find out more about our Crash Cats!!

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