Hello! Grab a snack, relax and let me tell you about myself....... I was a stray roaming the country side of Huntington when I came across a couple that set food out for the feral/stray cats that passed by and the regulars that they cared for. It was a very cold November day when I first stopped by. Finding food and shelter I decided to stay awhile as I had an injured leg. Being in so much pain an...d it infected I don't remember what had happened, but it was very traumatic. The couple had cut a hole in the trellis around their porch for a shelter, I found this and there I stayed. The lady seen me and brought me some very good food and fresh water. I was very scared and hid from her. One day while I was out for a walk she noticed that I had an injured front leg. She got some antibiotics and put them in my can food. The ladies think this is what saved me as my leg was horribly infected even on the meds. This went on for several weeks. I went off for a few days and the lady thought the worst had happened to me, but I came back. I would still hide from her when she put my food under the porch. Then one day I let her pet my head when she reached under, I wasn't feel well at all. She could tell and got things ready to see if she could get me out from under the porch. When she got me out she noticed that most of my front leg was missing. She loaded me up and took me straight to Village Animal Hospital. I was a young, healthy boy ( except for my leg) so they thought I would have a good out come with surgery to remove the rest of the leg. It didn't take long for me to learn to trust the girls at he animal hospital, I enjoyed being petted even my belly. The surgery went well, was also neutered, tested negative for felv/fiv and eventually started on my vaccines. I cannot thank the lady enough for caring for me and being patient. She has been a wonderful supporter of HPPH over the years and paid for my entire bill at the animal hospital!! Dawn took me back to HPPH and things have been great! I got my staples out, incision looks good and now most of my hair has grown back. It's now been a few months and I'm settled in. I am still a bit skiddish with new people, but I'm working on that and I do warm up pretty quick. I get around great with just 3 legs. I enjoy the company of the other cats. Life is now good for me!!! I surely would not have made it long especially with the winter we had, without the help of that very kind couple watching over me. So now I am ready for the next step in my new life and that's finding my forever home! So being found during the Christmas movie season, my name is Clark W. (as in Griswold.....the VAH girls are fans!) Clark W. is my name.....finding a forever home is my game!!! Stop by and meet me!