THE OWNER of a cat found with a broken pelvis is being urged to contact the vets who have been nursing her back to health.
Sally Cinnamon was rushed to Townsend Veterinary Practice, on the Birmingham Road, after she was found in Catshill on December 13 by a member of the public.
Staff have now set out on a mission to reunite the moggy with her owner.
After days of intensive care Sally began to show signs of improvement but when she started to find her feet again it became apparent she had also suffered nerve damage to her front leg.
Staff are now waiting to find out if she will regain function in her paralysed leg or whether it will need to be amputated.
Vet Jo said: “The movement in her paralysed leg is gradually improving whilst it may never quite be normal, we hope it will be at least functional.
“If you have information where Sally came from we would greatly appreciate it.
“Please do not worry that there is an outstanding vets bill, we have funded the cost of her treatment ourselves.”
Jo added if they cannot find her owner Sally was now well enough to be re-homed and encouraged anyone who felt they could help her continue on her road to recovery to contact them.
“We would like to take this opportunity to highlight the importance of microchipping your pet it is the only way we can reunite lost or injured animals with their owners,” she said.
“Sally is a lovely cat and was clearly loved by someone once.”
Sally’s owner or anyone with any information on her owner are urged to call 01527 831616 so they can be reunited with their pet.