Adorable cute Russian cat gets 3D printed bionic prosthetic legs

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Russian cat vet has destroyed a cat by freezing a new chance of life by amputating dead limbs and giving him four prosthetic legs.

Dymka was on the verge of death in 2018 after being imprisoned for a long time in the Siberian winter. Severe burns meant that veterinarians had to amputate all four legs, dead ears and cut off most of the tail.

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Dr. Sergei Gorshkov, based in Novosibirsk, was present and arranged instead of sacrificing the animal. Dymka was on the verge of death in 2018 after spending a long time outside, freezing his tail, legs and ears.

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Russian Cat named Dymka at the Best Veterinary Clinic, where he underwent surgery to implant 3D-printed bionic prostheses; the cat lost its paws after an ice fire.

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A Russian vet has destroyed a cat by freezing a new chance of life by amputating dead limbs and giving him four prosthetic legs.

“There are two likely scenarios: he escaped or fell out of the window,” Dr. said.

Gorshkov last summer to the local news website Ngs.ru.

“Unfortunately, freezing animals is a very real problem in Siberia.”

It is believed that Dymka is only the second cat to have bionic prostheses on all four legs. Dr. Gorshkov, from Siberia, also carried out the first procedure, which was a success.

He collaborated with experts from Tomsk Polytechnic University to produce unique prostheses.

The engineers and designers chose to make the new legs titanium and print them in 3D to ensure that they fit perfectly.

Researchers at Tomsk Polytechnic University covered the prosthetic limbs with a special bio-coating to ensure that they were brought to the body.

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It took Dymka seven months to fully recover from his great operation, but now it is believed that he was in top shape again and adjusted well to his new

He also found his home forever in the form of the woman who found her on the brink of death in the snow of Siberia.

It is believed that the poor cat escaped from her home or fell through a window and stayed outside when she froze all over her body.

Dr. Sergei Gorshkov, based in Novosibirsk, was present and arranged instead of sacrificing the cat. Over time, he got used to his new legs and fully recovered.

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Dr. Gorshkov, from Siberia, also carried out the first procedure, which was a success. He worked with experts from Tomsk Polytechnic University to produce unique prostheses.

Researchers from the Polytechnic University of Tomsk covered the prosthetic limbs with a special bio-coating to ensure that they were brought to the body.

Dymka has also found her home forever in the form of the woman who found her on the verge of death in the snow of Siberia. It took Dymka seven months to fully recover from his great operation, but now it is believed that he was in top shape again and adjusted well to his new.

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