Within the fall of 2020, a thousand animals had been rushed to the College of California Davis Veterinary Hospital, due to a wildfire within the Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California.
A 2-year-old tabby named Ash arrived with third-degree burns, singed whiskers and fused toes. For six months, he fought for his life: enduring pores and skin grafts, each day wound care, bandage adjustments and ringworm. This previous March, Ash triumphed, however he wanted a eternally dwelling.
When Ash Ward of Oakland, California, noticed the feline up for adoption, she knew he was excellent. She modified his identify to Jam and says he “has the zoomies and likes to wrestle along with his new sibling, Biscuit.” UC Davis employees are thrilled that Jam is now a wholesome and completely satisfied cat, residing life to his fullest.