Neptune’s Story

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Neptune was suffering the effects of severe frostbite when she came to the Edmonton Humane Society in Edmonton, Alberta earlier this month. She had to have part of her tail amputated as a result, but the sweet one year old long-haired white beauty is recovering well and transforming from a somewhat sorry looking victim of the elements into the beautiful cat she was meant to be.

EHS is using Neptune’s story to educate the public on the dangers cats and dogs face when they are outside in the cold. EHS Director of Animal Health, Dr. Anthea Smith talks about Neptune’s injuries and her recovery in the video below.

Watch, as Jocelyn Wady tells the story for EHS:


You can view Neptune’s adoption listing HERE.


Neptne's adoption photo
Neptune’s adoption photo

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