CAT Scan: Kitten Given Hi-Tech Care After Owner Beating

This is the moment a poor kitten undergoes a CAT scan after being almost beaten to death and abandoned by its cruel owner.

According to local media, the small female feline was beaten and abandoned in a doorway in the city of Przemysl in the south-eastern Polish region of Subcarpathian Voivodeship.

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Meanwhile, the local authorities are trying to track down its owner, who is suspected of nearly killing the animal.

Luckily, the kitten was discovered by an employee of the Ada Veterinary Clinic’s adoption centre.

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The internet users moved by the Nobby’s story decided to support financially the very costly treatment of the pet

Vets immediately treated the beaten kitten, which is said to be just four months old, and named it Nobby.

The cat had to spend the first few days in an incubator to help it recover from its terrible ordeal before undergoing a CT scan.

It is believed that the cat has suffered serious neurological problems.

Vet Radoslaw Fedaczynski told local media: “The cat doesn’t try to walk, she struggles to keep her balance and lies down”.

According to reports, vets took the cat to the town of Gliwice on the other side of Poland so that it could benefit from high-tech equipment such as computed tomography.

To scan the cat, experts had to tranquillise it to take 3D images of its brain.

Doctors are now waiting for the results to decide on the next course of action.

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The animal was so exhausted that she spent the first days in an incubator

Fedaczynski stressed: “We are doing everything we can to save Nobby.”

Meanwhile, an online campaign has been launched to raise money for the cat’s treatment.

The internet users moved by the Nobby’s story decided to support financially the very costly treatment of the pet.

Kittens become cats at roughly 6 months of age.

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Story By: Bartosz Staszewski, Sub-EditorJoseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

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