This week, good Samaritans, Mychell and her husband found a community cat on the side of the road. They stopped the car and Mychell’s husband gently pulled the lifeless cat across the pavement and onto safety in the grass. When he did that, the cat grabbed onto the concrete! “We knew he was alive. We knew he was a fighter!” Mychell recalled. They started calling him Norris, as in tough guy Chuck Norris. Norris’ day began badly with this accident. But, he met many good Samaritans on Thursday … Michelle and her husband, his friends at Alley Cat Advocates, and the BluePearl Veterinary Partners team. The vet at BluePearl sedated, examined and x-rayed Norris. She discovered his jaw was dislocated, so they put it back into place. His wounds were cleaned, and he had some air in his chest but that is expected to dissipate on its own. Norris was sedated for the x-rays and received a thorough exam. Norris hasn’t opened his eyes yet. He is being treated and observed. Once he is stable, he will stay in foster care with us until he fully recovers and is neutered. Norris’s vet bill is currently $800 - and is growing. We need your help. Norris met so many good Samaritans yesterday … Mychell and her husband, the team at Blue Pearl, and Alley Cat Advocates. Can you join this team by making a gift today to help pay for his care and recovery?