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You haven't mentioned this specifically, but am I right to assume it is one of its front legs? If so, cats can easily adapt to that. It's the removal of a hind leg that's going to be tough to adjust to.
It's his back right leg, and the vet said it's actually easier for them to adapt to losing a rear leg.
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Tag the second part. This is awesome.
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