I've been locuming at Avenue Vets in Grantham, Lincolnshire, and on my on call weekend we have a lovely white & ginger entire stray male brought in after an RTA.
X-rays showed he has a fractured pelvis, fractured tail and fractured toe! Poor lad. He is a super-affectionate boy who was in a lot of pain, and currently walks with a raised gait due to the pelvis fracture. He's also had his tail amputate on Friday as there was no feeling. He has been castrated, and tested for FeLV, which was negative. The great news is he's weeing and pooing, which with pelvis fractures is the big test...
He's looking a bit beat up at the minute, but is the most loving, affectionate lad. He's not that old, either, when you look under the mucky, beat up state he's in. He's on anti-biotics and pain relief, and needs somewhere to go for 6-weeks cage rest to heal, either foster or permanent. He was a little underweight, but is eating for England and gaining weight well.
If anyone can help, please let me know! He's such a lovely boy...