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Big Bob was found living with a group of feral cats. He was badly injured so he was taken to the Humane Society of Indianapolis, where it was discovered that he had been shot and run over by a car. They knew he needed surgery in order to live, so amputatee his back leg (he was already missing his tail when found). They wanted him to recover somewhere quiet post surgery. We offered to foster him because, as dog lovers, we didn't think we would grow attached to a cat. Well, within four weeks we adopted him. Local news affiliates had covered his story and when we adopted, we were on the news to tell of Bob's new life! He's incredibly sweet and kind given all he has been through and has adapted well to hopping around on one leg (especially if it means feeding time).
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