Binx joined the Mt. McKinley family in 2006. He came to the hospital as an injured stray cat. A concerned owner found him roaming around with an injured tail. Dr. DeLeon amputated the damaged portion and he remained at Mt. McKinley until he was healed. During that time no one came to claim him so he took up residence.

Binx spends his days at Mt. McKinley making sure patients are fed; he can be found reaching a paw into a kennel to swipe food or opening bags of food to make sure the product is on point. He also works closely with the front staff and doctors. You can often find him sleeping in their chairs causing them to have to sit on the edge or stand to work.

What's Next

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    Call us or schedule an appointment online.

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    Meet with a doctor for an initial exam.

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    Put a plan together for your pet.

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