The Stray Cat’s Battle: Pinna’s Fight against Tissue Necrosis and the Road to Healing

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However, if you learn the story of Pinna, you will understand that not everything in her life is so cloudless …

The story of a girl who loved to sunbathe

A seven-year-old stray cat was picked up on the street and immediately sent for urgent treatment. The fact is that both of her ears suffered from tissue necrosis – instead of fluffy pink tips, Pinna’s head ended in charred black rags.

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The sad cat was unsociable, she hissed and scratched the rescuers – but all this was not because of her bad temper, but because of the severe pain that had haunted the cat for many months.

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After examining the patient, the veterinarians came to the conclusion that the cause of Pinna’s illness was … sunlight! It was the consequences of sunburn that gradually turned into progressive cancer – so much so that part of one of the poor thing’s ears literally hung by a thread.

Oh, if Pinna knew about this earlier – she would run into the shadows with all her paws!

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cat cancer

It took Bradford Cat Watch Rescue Kittens doctors a full 4 hours to operate and remove all the affected tissue affected by squamous cell carcinoma. Such surgery with subsequent treatment cost the organization £900 (about 75.5 thousand rubles!). Now, after a ten-day recovery, the cat needs special protection – her ears must be constantly lubricated with factor 50 sunscreen .

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Volunteers really hope that there will be a person who will take custody of Pinna. Indeed, now, instead of an eternally hissing sick cat, a kind, soft and affectionate pet runs in front of them, which extremely loves to cuddle and spend time in people’s arms!

“Ideally, she should be a house cat that doesn’t go outside the house or apartment, ” says Cathy, Pinna’s guardian. “ But even if she goes outside, her ears should not be exposed to direct sunlight. She prefers to rest in the shade and be under the constant protection of a special cream!”

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Well, we are sure that this long-suffering cat will eventually find the most loving heart!

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