Tail Amputation Saves Stray Cat’s Life

Marmello - 25128334 BEFORESPCA Florida veterinary staff members cringed when they saw Marshmello’s tail. The 1-year-old stray Flame Point Siamese Mix had a deglove injury that had painfully stripped his tail of its fluffy, but flea-ridden, orange and white fur. The person who had been feeding Marshmello for a few weeks, but who was unable to keep him brought him to SPCA Florida.

marshmellowThe Guardian Angel Fund paid for IV antibiotics, pain medication, x-rays, and a tail amputation. Though Marshmello now lacks a tail, he definitely does not lack personality. He is incredibly affectionate and rubs up against his visitors hands as though he’s grateful for the second chance at health and happiness.

marshmello 2Generous donors like you allow SPCA Florida to make miracles likeMarshmello’s possible. Without you, his $800 lifesaving treatment would not have been possible. Thank you for joining us in saving lives. Thank you for being their Guardian Angels. Please donate today to make more miracles possible.