OSU Saves White Bengal Tiger!

Lucinda Kay, KXL

This is a first! Veterinary students and the lead surgeons at Oregon State University’s Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine treated an unusual patient Friday.

Nora, a rare white Bengal tiger needed a diagnostic CT scan and emergency surgery. I interviewed Dr. Katy Townsend, she tells me, “I’m a self proclaimed, crazy cat lady. This was an amazing experience.”

The team saved Nora and she’s already back home at WildCat Ridge Sanctuary in Scotts Mills south of Molalla. You can read the whole article online.

Check out these pictures too!
See Nora at the sanctuary
Nora in the CT machine at OSU 

DSC_2968

DSC_2967
 

SHARE

RELATED CONTENT

Live Eagle Cam: 2 Dads, 1 Mom, 3 Eaglets Game 2 Blazers’ Tickets From $60 To $2,800+ Game of Thrones, Who Survives? 2019: The Year Coop Became A True Blazers Fan Smile Reflects Smiles The “Great Farm Census” Is Out!!
Comments