A very kind soul brought Marty to Bolton Vet after discovering him struck by a car on the side of the rode. He had extensive injuries, including a shattered pelvis. It was unclear at the time if he’d be able to walk again, or if he’d have any other lasting problems. Marty owes a lot to the vet techs and staff at Bolton Vet for giving him a chance. He needed several weeks to recover at the vet before he was able to come to the sanctuary. A combination of physical therapy, supplements, and healing exercises have put him back on four paws. He’s able to walk and climb with the best of ’em! He is a ferocious player, and loves chewing on catnip toys and pouncing out at ribbons from under the couch. He’s got a lot of energy and it’s amazing to watch how much he has improved while doing zoomies around his room. He loves to snuggle with humans too, often sitting next to us on the couch while making muffins. He’s notorious for his love bites, but don’t let them fool you – he’s a lover, not a fighter.