A cat who arrived at the Wisconsin Humane Society with a sewing needle lodged in the back of her throat found a home just in time for the holidays.
The Humane Society shared the good news on their Facebook page.
Liza arrived at the WHS Racine Campus in early November. She was underweight, dehydrated and had a small lump with swelling on her neck.
Doctors discovered that the source of the swelling was a sewing needle lodged in the soft tissue of her throat.
Wisconsin Humane Society's Dr. Langston removed the needle and brought Liza back to good health.