Allow us to introduce you to Peggy, the sweetest and most gentle soul. Peggy was brought to us from Webster Animal Shelter, and it was immediately clear that she had been through some tough times. When she arrived, her leg was terribly broken, with the bones sitting on top of each other. But no worries, we leaped into action to give Peggy the best care possible. Peggy showed us just how resilient she was. To ensure she could lead a happy and pain-free life, Dr. Lloyd amputated her injured leg. And let us tell you, Peggy handled the whole process like a true champ! She prefers the quieter corners of the clinic, keeping herself tucked away from the hustle and bustle of daily doggie visits. But when the clinic finally settles down that's when Peggy emerges from her hideout, seeking the love and attention she deserves.
One of Peggy's favorite pastimes is "making biscuits," the endearing feline habit of kneading soft surfaces with her paws. It's her way of showing her contentment and gratitude for the care and love she has received. With her gentle nature and loving personality, Peggy has become an integral part of our clinic family. She serves as a reminder of the resilience and strength that animals possess, even in the face of adversity.