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Ouch! Pug Buster’s risky surgery after fish hook injuryBlue Cross vets and nurses stepped into help a poorly pug who needed emergency surgery after getting caught on a fish hook. Saffy survives risky emergency surgeryCat Saffy undergoes surgery for a ruptured diaphragm - which is complicated because her breathing was impaired. Little Lill's life-saving heart surgeryJack Russell terrier puppy Lill needed surgery for a severe heart murmur. Blue Cross leaves no stone unturnedDog Ace went through a second surgery to have stones removed - that he'd eaten! Surgery is difficult decision for Axle's ownerWhen tests revealed that collie Axle had a growth on his liver, his owner had to make the agonising decision about whether or not to go through with risky surgery... Chester cheats death - twice!Chester the cat was happily reunited with his owners after going missing and needing emergency veterinary care at our animal hospital in Grimsby. Littlelegs loses his ears to cancerKelli Riches and her 12-year-old son Brandon were devastated when they learned that their cat Littlelegs had skin cancer and vets would have to amputate his ears. Lamb has bone to pick with Merlin!A greedy cat bit off more than he could chew when he helped himself to a rib of lamb. Merlin climbed into the bin and snaffled the family’s leftovers. But he was left feeling less than magic after the 9cm bone got stuck in his oesophagus. Speed isn't fast enough for quick escapeA hamster had a hairy escape after it survived being hoovered up. He was dashed to the Blue Cross animal hospital in Victoria where vets were stunned to find he had suffered only a fractured leg. Darn that cat! Marley swallows a darning needleMarley received emergency surgery after vets discovered the young cat had swallowed a darning needle. Kitten escapes ‘mew-bend’ cat-astrophe with help from The Blue CrossThe Blue Cross nursed a kitten back to health after it was flushed down the loo. The four-week-old moggy, named Flush by staff, was miraculously unharmed after a chance rescue from a four foot deep basement drain.