Brachial Plexus Avulsion: A Kitten Sustains Nerve Damage To Her Front Leg

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18 Responses

  1. Ali Isaac says:

    Did Mia make a good recovery, Rachele?

  2. Hi Ali. This incident just occurred this past week on the last day that I was scheduled to work at that hospital. I know that Mia’s parents were scheduled to take her to see a specialist, but I do not know any more than that at this point. I emailed the practice manager to see if she knows how Mia is doing and I hope to hear from her soon.

  3. Bless her heart. I know the parents must have been frantic. I hope that Mia heals completely. This was a very interesting article. (I have missed you) ☺

  4. I am glad you found my post interesting, M.K. You’re so sweet to let me know that you missed me. I know it’s been awhile since I wrote and published a blog post. I am trying to prioritize getting my book about Allergies In Dogs written, so my blog has become second priority behind my book. I’ve missed my blog and interacting with my readers.

  5. raisingdaisy says:

    This is great information, Rachele. I sincerely hope Mia has a full recovery.

  6. Thank you, Raising Daisy. I sincerely hope that Mia has a full recovery, too.

  7. It’s so easy for a young animal to get injured. I’m sure Mia’s owners thought they were protecting her by placing her in a cage. Please let us know how she is doing.

  8. Hi Sharon. As soon as I hear anything from the practice manager at that hospital, I will post an update in the comments section.

  9. I have an adorable cat with this affliction…she still has her leg…I copied this to try the physical therapy you recommend! <3 =^..^= she has been with us for 5 years…

  10. Hi Susie! I haven’t heard from you in a long time – nice to hear from you! I hope the physical therapy helps your cat.

  11. The Swiss Cats says:

    We never heard of this ! Great information, thank you for making us aware ! Purrs

  12. You’re welcome, The Swiss Cats!

  13. Robin says:

    Very interesting! I hadn’t heard of this before. As a cat owner, it would be pretty terrifying to see these symptoms occur in my cat. I would think my cat was having a stroke! It’s good to have this knowledge in case I ever need it.

  14. I’m glad you found my post interesting and helpful, Robin.

  15. BJ Bangs says:

    What a great story. Hope Mia is ok. I could just picture how it felt in the waiting room. Great writing. Did a retweet.

  16. valsilver says:

    This is a very in depth article and important for people to read if their pet has these symptoms.