MADISON, Wisc. -- A group of University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering students are creating prosthetics for a cat that recently lost his two legs.
Their professor tells WKOW Sgt. Stubbs lost his back legs after being hit by a train in Chicago two months ago.
A Wisconsin rescue group called "Community Cat" helped nurse Sgt. Stubbs back to life and found him a new home.
The students met with the cat and his owner to come up with the best prototype.
His new legs should be ready in nine weeks.
Wisconsin engineering students create prosthetic legs for Chicago cat
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