Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick told of how he saved a cat by chance after meeting their owner at a Harry Styles concert. The Irish vet, who stars in Channel 4 documentary series The Supervet, joined Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary on Friday's edition of This Morning (May 26).
He was there to discuss his own live show, Beyond Supervet, inspired by his experience on and off the operating table. Noel, who has written three books about the lessons he's learnt from working with animals, regaled Alison and Dermot the remarkable story of Oz the cat, who he saved after a chance encounter at a Harry Styles gig.
Noel said: "Harry was a really good example for me in the book and in the show of the universal string of oneness that connects us all through love. READ MORE: Join the FREE Manchester Evening News WhatsApp community "I happened to be at the Harry Styles concert, true story, I was going out incognito when a somebody taps me on the shoulder and goes: 'You're the Supervet!
My cat's about to lose his leg.' He continued: "I just looked at him [and said]: 'No, he's not.' So indirectly, Harry's love put out to me saved Oz the cat's leg.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk