Meet Mr Bond, James Bond… Pet of the Month for March. After a mission that must have backfired somewhat, James was brought into the surgery as a stray with a badly broken leg. We assume he was injured by a car during an important assignment, but we cannot be sure as he won’t tell us. He is a secret agent after all…
The femur of his left leg was broken in 2 places (see x-ray) and he was in considerable pain.
Mr Young repaired the fractures by placing pins inside the fractured pieces of bones to hold them together. The pins are held in place by an external fixator (visible on the photo) to ensure the bones will heal together straight.
Now he is in our hospital recuperating from his ordeal and waiting for that special someone willing to give this loving boy a new home! James Bond is approximately 3-4 years old, neutered and, apart from his accident, perfectly healthy. He will need to be cage-rested while the external fixator is still in place (until end of March). Like his human equivalent 007 he has got all female staff at his beck and call and we’re sure he will make a great pet.
To arrange a meeting with Mr Bond, speak to a member of staff.