I was out of town last weekend when I got a call from my roommate that started with "There's a problem..." Apparently my little cat was in the backyard and decided to jump over the fence into the neighbors yard (something she does all the time), except this time, one of her back legs didn't clear the fence in such a way that she was stuck, hanging there upside down in 95'F+ heat and high humidity for several hours. The doctors are pretty sure that her leg will need to come off. They say that cats/dogs generally recover from this quite well and will still go on to lead a happy and somewhat normal life. I was wondering if anyone here had any experience with pets that have gone thru this. Do they still go on to be somewhat normal after their recovery? The vet said that my cat would have to be strictly indoors afterwards, which would be a big change for her. She's normally used to playing Dora the Explorer all in the various yards of the street we live on.