Crawling and panting along the busy street of Venice Blvd in LA , Bentley caught the eye of a college student leaving campus. He was the victim of a hit and run and was desperately trying to get himself to safety.
After spending the night at an emergency care hospital, Bentley’s rescuer learned that it would be over $300 just for an x-ray. She decided to contact a friend whose mom helps with cats. She contacted a representative of the Cats In Tow Program, Lorraine, who recommended she take the cat to La Palma Vet Hospital for x-rays and assessment.
Bentley has a fractured pelvis and a dislocated hip, but if he is kept confined to a cage for 6-8 weeks he should heal. Then, physical therapy can help him re-align his limbs to walk again.
We need to raise approximately $500 to cover his care and recovery. Luckily, Bentley has already found a dedicated foster to keep him happy but confined during his healing process. We can’t wait to have Bentley as our newest family member at Cats in Tow as soon as he is healthy again! 🙂
Click here to visit Bentley’s GoFundMe page to leave a donation, or visit the donation tab on our blog!