885 Views 40 Comments by TRN Admin August 13, 2019, 1:12 pm inAnimals, Cat, Funny, Viral & TrendingZooby – Former Feral Cat Saved via San Jose Shelter ALL Great VIDEOS Are From Here: VISIT Source Maybe you need this:See morePrevious article Neutered Cat Doesn't Recognize HimselfNext article Timo the Cat were given a brand new hammock!What do you think? 0 pointsUpvote DownvoteBrowse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page 40 Comments Leave a ReplyYous are fantastic 🙏💚💚, 👍👌✌️💖💖💖💖💖 ReplyI agree. Why didn't you rebreak the bone if necessary, and repair and cast it. There didn't appear to be any infection in it. ReplyWhy is it always an amputation rather than fixing the break. Imagine if we did that to people a whole lot of disabled persons would inhabit this planet rather than able bodied ones ReplyWTF why did they amputate the entire leg O.O ReplyThank you for caring for him!!! Replyhandsome and tough cat. id take him if i were able to. i like this cat. ReplyYou guys rock ReplyI love this video but the music leaves me feeling depressed … Replylindo Anjinho 😇 Reply♡♡♡♡♡♡♡Zooby Replyoh baby he is so cuddly 💜💜💜💜 ReplyCan I ask why you guys removed the entire leg? It looked as if you could have left most of it, he still had movement in his feet. Replywish i could have taken him….thanks for helping him out.peace from nz. ReplyWhy did they release him in the first place! ? Oh hey, now that we neutered you have fun starving and fighting cats and dogs every day for survival! Oh what, we shouldn't have done that? Guess we will actually re home you now after we chop off an arm. ReplyI used to have 2 cats that had their front right paws amputated…not the whole leg…and they did fine on 3 1/2 legs. is there a reason you needed to amputate the entire leg? Replywhy doctors cutting his hand ReplyGod bless the cat and the people who helped ReplyI'm pretty sure I wouldn't trust humans again. The first time they took my noogies. The second time they took teeth and a whole frickin' arm. I wouldn't want to be caught a third time. ReplyZooby joins the ranks of the Tripods….all three legged cats are called Tripod….they need extra love 🙂 man i love my local furball Tripod ReplyHey do ya think as he was waking up and rolled over on that side and if he could talk it would have bin..Hey what the hell?what the hell did you do to me ?get my lawyer on the phone… ReplyAww! A happy ending for a cute kitty! 😄😄 ReplyWhat do you mean by 'released back into the community'? Does that mean that you just sent him back out to be a feral cat, or did someone actually adopt him and then abandon him? ReplyGod bless all of you angels for doing the not so easy work saving the cats dogs and other pets that just need love care and forever homes ReplyYeah Zooby! I'm so sorry you got hurt and had to get your leg amputated. But now you are going to get a great new home and have a pet-parent who will give you all the love you have missed in your life! You will always have fresh water, food, toys, and most of all, love! Have fun Zooby! ReplySped-up surgery was horrifying! Communicated nothing. I imagine he would have been euthanized elsewhere and even here. Poor baby–used to make a rare point about this shelter being caring. Replythey do partial amputation that are successful all the time that's sad ReplyOur shelter is in the police station. They kill dogs after 3 days. The town has a lot of poor people, and since fees are so high, no one goes to get their dogs back. Cats are not even picked up. And, it is in America! It is so wonderful to see that shelters have veterinarians, and people who care to find the animals homes! ReplyGreat job, he looks like an awesome guy. One suggestion about the video though…the actual surgery segment went on waaaaaay tooooooooo long. Just a suggestion to shorten it next time. ReplySan Jose's no kill shelter is very nice. Opened around ten years ago and was much needed. Replywhy remove the poor leg not just the foot ReplyWhy not rebreak and set the bone in its proper place and put a cast on it? It wasn't infected or completely unusable right? ReplyOur cat had is leg taken off over bone cancer 3 years ago.. He loved not having that painful leg and is doing really well now. I never see them as feral…only unloved. Thanks for saving him. ReplyAdorable! Thanks for sharing. ReplyThanks for showing Zooby's story, it was so nice ReplyThanks for all you did to save zooby, what a beautiful little kitty. it's awsome their are people like you and your staff, that will do whatever it takes to save a animals life. great job everyone that helps you. ReplySuch a sweet boy! He deserved to be smothered with just as much love as he's willing to give. <3 ReplyThank you for your kindness in what you have done for this cat . You are very good people . ReplyThank you guys for saving Zooby. I wish there were many more of you guys Worldwide that showed compassion and respect for the innocent. ReplyYou are beautiful people to help those who have no voice ! ReplyHi, thanks for giving even the "hopeless" animals a chance.I have a question: Why did you amputate the entire leg? Wouldn't it have been enough to just take the lower, injured part of the limb? ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. * Loading… 0Comments0 comments Written by TRN AdminWe are human & we are dangerous but funny! better watch out!