She Has 9 Lives, But No Legs

She Has 9 Lives, But No Legs

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By Steve Alexander

It seems a lot of people want Callie Mae and want to know more about her. She's the cat we first told you about on News 5 this week. Callie Mae had to have all four legs amputated, and she's now up for adoption.

According to the Theodore Vet Clinic where Callie is staying, she ran up a tree to get away from some dogs and was electrocuted. She has been in rehabilitation ever since, but now she is ready to go to a good home.

Callie may not have any legs, but she still gets around. Sandy Tomlin with the Theodore Vet Clinic says that Callie even managed to catch a mouse!

Her caretakers say they've gotten dozens of requests to adopt Callie. They are going through each one to make sure she gets the best home.

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