Jarrett came to Cat Care Society when a Good Samaritan found him wandering around in their yard. When Jarrett came to the shelter, his body was covered with scratches and bite wounds. More concerning, however, was that Jarrett was limping. An x-ray revealed that he had a non-displaced fracture of the metacarpal bone in his front left leg.
Jarrett has been in a cast on cage rest and will need to continue with this treatment for four weeks in order for his leg to heal properly. Once his leg is fully healed, he will be available for adoption. Jarrett is a trusting cat who would like to find a loving forever home to call his own.
You can help Jarrett by donating through the Animal Rescue Site to cover his health expenses. Please go HERE to make a donation.
This post is written by Sierra M. Koester, Professional Blogger and Cat Care Society Volunteer.