Little Feather Gets K Laser Treatments

Avatar Carole Baskin | December 30, 2014 1 View 0 Likes 0 Ratings

Little Feather bobcat was reported for having a puffy looking chin, which turned out to be some bad teeth. The dental work went fine and she seemed to be well on her way to recovery. When we let her loose, we were horrified to see that she was lame. See how the K laser treatments are helping with her rehabilitation. Here is the hour long version: http://youtu.be/gkT8-K68maA

We do not handle the cats here, but Little Feather is an exception, only for medical purposes and it is because she is 21 years old, with no claws and no teeth, except the very back molars, and she is lame and needs the hands on care. What you don't see are all the times she tries to bite us and has chased us out of her cage. She also spends much of her time trying to pee on everyone. Bobcats make awful pets!

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