Pectus Kitten makes the Manchester News


In March this year Tim Charlesworth blogged about Pectus Excavatum in kittens and offered to see kittens with this condition at a reduced cost to aid his research. A Manchester vet spotted Tim's blog in late May and made contact regarding an 11 week old kitten called Harry being fostered by a trainee vet nurse. Harry underwent surgery which was such a success that he made the Manchester News.

newpaper article on Harry     Harry the pectus excavatum kitten

Harry's Manchester vets reports  "he is doing really well, and his post op radiographs looked excellent  :-) ...
His owner says he is bombing around and the nurses say he was on top form when he was in for his cast off"


Tim Charlesworth

If you think you have a suitable case that you would like to refer, or if you would like any more information, please contact Tim Charlesworth MA VetMB DSAS(ST) MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Soft Tissue) on 01793 528341 or e-mail: Eastcott Veterinary Referrals

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