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Teddy came to us as a kitten, not more than 2 months of age. An accident had cut off all the fore-digits of his front right paw. Teddy was unable to walk and needed treatment for his wound. 

Teddy would need time to learn to adapt to his paw with a new look which was minus his digits. A part of his toes was still intact which was good.  Teddy is with us and this is he 7 years  later.

Teddy grew up to be a big handsome guy and walks, runs, jumps and loves to sleep on the shelf or near the window. Teddy is one amongst many of the cats who we have managed to provide rehabilitation to when most required. Teddy we are happy you are with us and are a lovely handsome man now.  

- Written by Priya Shindurnikar