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Another Fort St. John cat to lose leg after similar injuries to other kitten thrown out of vehicle

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Another cat at the Fort St. John SPCA is going to lose a leg, in order to live without pain, according to the SPCA.

Mary Jane, also known as MJ, was found in the same area as Peter Parker, the kitten who was thrown out of a moving vehicle and found earlier this week.

BC SPCA North Peace Branch Manager Candace Buchamer says Mary Jane could be Peter Parker’s sister.

“A Good Samaritan found MJ just around the corner from where Peter Parker was found, and due to her age and the age of her injuries, it is believed that Mary Jane could be his sister.”

Buchamer adds that they believe the injuries were sustained weeks ago, and that the cat is in pain every time she walks.

“She’s a white and grey bundle of purrs who adores her snuggles! Because her injuries happened weeks ago and healed improperly, this sweet girl is in pain every time she stretches or steps.”

Buchamer says she is hopeful the public will help the three-month-old kittens get the care they need and also points out they can still live long and active lives on three legs.

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