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  • Thursday, November 9, 2023 at 12:45 PM
    Last Update : Thursday, November 9, 2023 at 12:45 PM

Gaza’s Lucky Cat Finds Treatment at A Hospital That Has Almost Stopped Working

(AWP) - An injured cat in Gaza had better luck than many Palestinians when it was treated at a hospital that could soon be out of service due to depleted fuel and medicines.

Officials at the Indonesian Hospital in the neighbourhood of Beit Lahia, where most buildings have been destroyed by the month-long, continuous bombardment by the Israeli Air Force, said that a nurse found the cat found hobbling on a severely injured leg one kilometre away from the facility.

The nurse took the cat to the hospital, where it was treated and fed. After its bloody leg was bandaged, it can now walk properly.

Built in 2015, the Indonesian Hospital serves approximately 400,000 people. It has been bombed more than once since the outbreak of the current conflict between Israel and Hamas, including a strike on the first day of the Israeli attack.

The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced Yesterday that the death toll from Israeli attacks on the Strip had risen to 10,328 people, including 4237 children.