UPDATE: Leopard Cat recovering after car accident with Soi Dog Foundation vets

UPDATE: Leopard Cat recovering after car accident with Soi Dog Foundation vets

By The Thaiger

 

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PHOTO: ‘Happy Tiger’ – Recovering at Soi Dog Foundation, Mai Khao

 

The condition of the Leopard Cat remains much the same – there has been no real improvement. The leopard cat is still under the care of Soi Dog Foundation vets.

 

The vets have reported that his left eye doesn’t respond to light or anything and is probably blind.

 

The Soi Dog Foundation vets have already named him Happy Tiger and say the young boy is between 1-2 years old.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/phuket/update-leopard-cat-recovering-after-car-accident-with-soi-dog-foundation-vets

 
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