ASTER – Aster (who is now Doc) came to us in need of immediate medical care. Aster waited to get his much-needed surgery to remove the bone fragments that were left in his paws after his first, botched declawing. He was sent to the home of one of our loving foster volunteers. Despite the extreme pain he was in, Aster’s foster told us this sweet cat was an absolute love.
Aster underwent surgery at the Reno Animal Emergency & Specialty Center where our partners there removed the bone fragments that caused this poor, sweet cat pain every time he took a step, and he is on the road to recovery.
We were so relieved that when we went to pick him up from surgery, he was still his same talkative self, now with less pain. The recovery for this surgery is not an easy one, as he needed to be under close watch.
Aster was adopted on June 25, 2021. This was a happy day for him and his new family. He was renamed Doc and now spends his time relaxing in the comfort of a home. He is showered in love.
He fits in perfectly in his new small family, and has made himself right at home!