there is only one man that could handle the job, and that's chris brown. narrator: and could a misplaced microchip be causing this to mitzy? paralyzed down her left side. narrator: can the team at sash help this four-month-old kitten? melita: there's got to be a reason. chris: i've loved animals my entire life. today i'm a passionate veterinarian dedicating myself to the care of all animals. i'm dr. chris, and these are the stories of my life as a pet vet. melita: puss, puss, puss, puss. narrator: sixteen-week-old mitzy is getting ready for her life-changing journey to the small animal specialist hospital, sash. she may appear to be a normal kitten. melita: puss, puss. narrator: but there is something terribly wrong. melita: puss, puss, puss, puss. to see her when she twitches and if she has a seizure, it's so scary.
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