Homeless Rescue Service employees found a cat with numerous injuries on a London street. Picking up an animal, they took him to a veterinary clinic. The veterinarian suggested that the car hit the cat.
RSPCA workers delivered a mutilated cat to a London hospital in the Patney area after a collision with a car. The animal was given the nickname Saul. He was found in mid-October near Pekham High Street.
The doctors of the clinic performed a complex operation to restore the jaw, teeth and eyes. After treatment and recovery, Saul acquired a slightly spiteful appearance. And the staff of the shelter called him an "angry cat." But despite his sullen look, Saul is a very friendly and affectionate cat.
According to the rescue officer, the cat was found in very poor condition. From his face, there was practically nothing left, so even after all the operations the cat looks good. Veterinarian surgeons have done everything possible to save the animal.
Employees of the cattery prophesy a happy future for the cat and they are sure that Saul or the “angry cat” will find loving owners.