Fergus is a sweet brown and white cat that was treated at Oaks Veterinary Urgent Care in Agoura Hills, California (USA) for a major spinal injury. Now, the loving rescued cat works tirelessly to assist the other kittens in getting healthier when they visit the clinic.
According to Dr. Rachel Wallach, a veterinarian at the clinic, Love Meow:
“From the center of his back down, he was paralyzed.”
Dr. Rachel continued, saying:
“I conducted some prep work, and Fergus, or Ferg as we call him, still had sensation in his rear legs and tail.” I couldn’t use or move them, but when I struck them, I could feel them, which meant he could walk and use the restroom alone again.
His rehabilitation would be difficult and slow, but at the vet, they bet everything on the small cat.
Ferg is a Scottish Fold, thus he required a Scottish name. I enrolled him in a veterinary school in Scotland and gave him the name Fergus, which means “Man of Strength.”
The vet focused on treating the urinary tract infection, and each step forward for the cat was good news for the clinic staff; within a few weeks, Fergus was back on his feet.
“I’d like to say it was related to our care, but it wasn’t. Fergus had been persuaded to make another feline acquaintance.
Salvador, the clinic cat, had been watching Fergus since he arrived, and it appeared like they were conversing; both cats began to meow.
“We placed a seat in front of Fergus’ cage, and Salvador climbed up to greet him. Ferg stood up right away. We were overjoyed!
Fergus began to make new acquaintances once he felt healthy enough to tour the site. The clinic team noticed a really unusual talent in Fergus when they welcomed a group of orphaned ducklings and the cat quickly embraced them and provided them some warmth and compassion.
Dr. Rachel continued, saying:
“He came upon a dog suffering from heatstroke and approached him to thank him for the day he spent with us.”
Fergus is a fantastic resource for pets who visit the veterinarian clinic.
“He enjoys grooming our newest animals and ensuring their well-being.” The night before my birthday, I received a call from an old coworker about ten kittens in need of a safe landing spot.
One of those young kittens was in critical health, and when his siblings were adopted, the little kitten was left in the care of the kind Fergus.
Skywalker, a little kitten, was discovered abandoned on the side of the road. The infant arrived practically dead.
His life on the streets had come to an end. Even with special care, the kitten did not flourish. We decided to try a foster parent once the fleas were removed and he had no (stomach issues).
Fergus took care of the tiny Skywalker, and the kitten began to react, got food, and gradually gained strength and advanced significantly; Fergus did not forsake him and remained with the kitten until he reached the age of adolescence.
Oliver, a recently arrived kitten, had his tail damaged and had to be amputated; the little one was extremely courageous, and the morning after his treatment, he was meowing loudly.
Everyone at the clinic knew who would be assisting him in his recovery. When they brought him to Fergus, the small cat nestled into his arms and the two of them fell asleep for a long time.