A cat that lost all four paws due to extreme cold can now finally walk again.
It’s all thanks to the vets who made titanium prostheses for her.
Dymka is about 4 years old. One day, the driver found her in the snow and brought her to the clinic, as reported by Komsomolskaya Pravda.
This unfortunate cat had frozen paws, ears and tail. Unfortunately, the veterinarian had to remove all those damaged parts, reports The Moscow Times.
Many cats end up in the clinic due to frostbite during the winter, Gorshkov told The Moscow Times.
When the situation is really difficult, the frozen parts must be removed. Gorshkov and his colleagues collaborated with researchers from Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) to give Dymka a new chance to walk.
As Novosibirsk News states, Dymka first got her prostheses in her front legs, and then in her back legs.
The veterinary clinic shared a video of Dymka enjoying waking up, walking around the room and playing. That was seven months after vets attached her new paws.
We wish Dymka to have the best possible life with her new paws.