Vets gave Sebastian a 10% chance of survival
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'Bionic cat' makes recovery after 40ft fall

A pet has been named "the bionic cat" after he was fitted with pins and supports following a fall from a fourth-storey window.

Sebastian's owners returned to their flat in Edgbaston, Birmingham, to discover him missing in August.

A day later they were contacted by the RSPCA who had found the tabby struggling to breathe on the pavement.

Fearing the worst they rushed him to their vets where he was given a 10% chance of survival.

But three months on, he has made a full recovery and his owners think he may even be jumping higher because of the metal supports in his legs.

Vet Mark Barton from Manor Vets in Halesowen and owner, Katrin Toots, described Sebastian's operation and recovery.

A pet has been named "the bionic cat" after he was fitted with pins and supports following a fall from a fourth storey window.

Sebastian's owners returned to their flat in Edgbaston, Birmingham, to discover him missing in August.

A day later they were contacted by the RSPCA who had found the tabby struggling to breath on the pavement.

Fearing the worst they rushed him to their vets where he was given a 10% chance of survival.

But three months on, he has made a full recovery and his owners think he may even be jumping higher because of the metal supports in his legs.